Romance with the letter P.

Today’s romance blog is brought to you by the letter P.

The following are some P words that may (or may not) invoke Romance. You decide.

Pajamas: a loose fitting garment worn for sleeping or lounging. Lounging is good, lounging can be romantic. Hey big guy, come on over here and lounge with me for a while.

Pleasure and Pain: Sometimes it’s hard to tell one from the other. One man’s pleasure is another man’s pain – or vice versa. Just saying.

Paradise: a place of ideal beauty or loveliness – one would think this would be way romantic. Not so much for Adam and Eve. Unfortunately, it lost its seduction and well you know what happened then… see pleasure and pain above.

Paradox: a seemingly contradictory statement that may nonetheless be true. Kind of like; “I’d love you if you didn’t make me so mad.” OR “Love me or leave me, but make up your mind.” OR of course the all-time favorite: “It’s not you, it’s me.”  No one ever says things like that, now do they??

Parallel: As in, the universe we often live in when we’re in LOVE, the big Love, if you know what I mean.

Paranormal: One of my favorite, since I write about it. Love and romance is definitely a paranormal experience. And let’s not leave out…

Paramour: A lover or one in an adulterous relationship. I’m just quoting the dictionary here. If it was up to me, I’d leave out the adulterous part. Oh wait, it is up to me. I’m leaving that part out.

Passion: Another one of my favorites. Maybe I should have started with this one. What’s a lover and romance without at least a little Passion? Yeah baby.

Play: as in play-date, playful, playmate, playground, my bed is a playground, his body is a wonderland. Gets one thinking?

So tell me, what are some of your favor romantic P words? Inquiring minds want to know.

Someday we’ll talk about the letters S or C. That should be interesting.

Keep a smile in your heart and –

Enjoy always, T

7 thoughts on “Romance with the letter P.

    1. Those are all good romance (sexy) P words. I really like perky, for both males and females. I’ll have to use it the next time we talk about the letter P and romance. Thanks for your suggestions. T


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