Pampering your partner for intimate momentsWritten by Janett Colon
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Pampering your partner with a nice massage always easing tense moments that your partner might be feeling. Try using some oils or lotions. Try out different positions with your partner it might spice up intimacy and coud be very pleasing. Involving fruit, chocolate, whip cream, syrups or whatever foods are fitting for you and your partner and it might just make those late night snacks a little more Indulging. Ice is an added tingler. Switching/Trying on your partners clothes might give your partner a visual of Ultimate Intimacy. Pamper your partner by doing their nails or something out of ordinary be spontaneus, risky and adventurous.. Re-ignite flames of love.. "Variety is spice of life"
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Writing Your Wedding Vows the Way Poets DoWritten by Chris Simeral
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Theme, as discussed above, is driving idea behind your poem. The topic, however, is specific vehicle you use to express theme. While finding theme should be easiest part of writing a poem for your wedding, finding a topic that isn’t hackneyed and trite can be a challenge. For instance, love is your theme, but beauty of your betrothed’s eyes may be topic. You are using example of her eyes as symbol for your love. The key is to find something new. There’s something that makes your chosen one special, be it appearance, wit, or style. That’s topic you want to choose. Poets use tools like automatic writing, journals, or “dream work” to come up with topics for their prose. (These tools are all discussed in detail in home-study course I put together for couples personalizing their wedding vows – visit http://www.WeddingVowToolkit.com for more info.) But anything that allows you to spark your creativity can suffice if you’re short on time.
Step 4: Pick Your Style
As many different poems as there are, there are almost an equal number of styles in which they are written. There are traditional forms, modern, post modern, and many more. You can work on fitting your rough draft poem into one of these many forms, or you can go with no form at all. The benefit of working on an art form is that there are no hard and fast rules on what end product must look like. Perhaps you’d like to try your hand at penning your vows in form of a Shakespearean sonnet. Or, to go a completely different route, maybe “experimental” is right up your alley. No matter what you choose, just make sure it fits your style. After all, personalizing your wedding vows means just that – they should be personal, not forced to fit into a style that just isn’t “you.”
Chris Simeral is the creator of The Ultimate Wedding Vow Toolkit, the wedding-coordinator-approved home-study course for couples personalizing or renewing their wedding vows. Learn more at http://www.weddingvowtoolkit.com.