join sexy women in their bedrooms

I love getting messages from you, even though I sometimes don’t understand them.  This one, for instance, which Owl brought me today:

JOIN SEXY WOMEN IN THEIR BEDROOMS

Name: Jocelyn Age: 19 Turn Ons: horny gentle men I love to please and willing to do anything to satisfy and make your visit one to remember! Hey Hun I`m giving away free passes to see me naked on my webcam! All you have to do is click the link below and you can start chating with me INSTANTLY!!

JOIN SEXY WOMEN IN THEIR BEDROOMS suggests that this is a new liberation movement that supports odalisques in pursuit of their own obelisks!   Come be one of us!  My obelisk is even better than a bedroom!  It is a living room for all that living requires!  For me, that means a decadent bed, a teapot, my desk, an easel, pen, paper, glue, a glass bottle for flowers from the black swan, and a window to look out.   I would love to be part of a world-wide liberation of odalisques into self-sequestration, the privacy and comfort of their own rooms!

But the message itself suggests no such solidarity.  Jocelyn is only 19, and although revolutions generally start among the young, she loves to please which isn’t a desirable characteristic in a leader for social or aesthetic change.   She turns on when horned men appear–satyrs, I guess.  Or fauns.   She must have some kind of button or switch, and it is apparently connected to a “webcam” which she reclines naked upon.  Webcams must be webbed, (cane?)  récamiers, as all odalisques recline on elaborate furniture.

Why does she call me Hun?  I have nothing against any group who terrorized conquering Rome, both treated odalisques barbarically, but I don’t think Huns had much use for odalisques, seeing as they were nomads and we are very stationary.

Dear Jocelyn,
I am always happy to hear from fellow odalisques!   I imagine you reclined in your sumptuous web cam.   This would be a soul-cheering image–if your letter did not make me worry about you.   When love is escapism…you are trapped.   It’s a common problem for us odalisques–mal-using “love” to make us feel real, to pad the emptiness we cannot face in ourselves.  Will you let me advise you, as an older, if still un-wise, comrade?
I know it is hard to believe now, but we all encase an emptiness which it is best not to fill–not until we can populate it wisely.  Let your emptiness compel you towards a wholeness which escapes the confines of your ego.  Let the emptiness fill you like air fills a balloon.  Eventually, it is true, you may burst.  But then–oh yes, then–you will truly be in this world!
Thank you for the free pass to unlock your door (that’s what you mean by ‘click your link’, right?) and chate with you.  I stopped chating when I gave up frenemies.  It happens too INSTANTLY like cheap coffee or a merciful death.  The world may not be white (friends) and black (enemies), but everything, blessedly, is not a shade of grey.   My friends are very colorful.  And they fly!
“All things excellent are as difficult as they are rare.”  A wise odalisque cultivates rarity.  She will be treasured, or she will be alone.  Either is preferable to an easily clicked link.  Lock your door!
When I read the title of your message, I thought it was a rallying cry for odalisques worldwide!
Just a thought.
Your friend,
–The Odalisque
PS:  I am not a Hun.

I secretly suspect that Jocelyn, is really just a vamp intent on making your visit unforgettable because you’ll NEVER ESCAPE.

If you write me, I will reply.  Ask questions etc. as a comment on a post, or at:

handwriting email address

Roman villa in Gaul sacked by the hordes of Attila the Hun, with abducted odalisque off-center and chained odalisque in foreground.

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About The Odalisque

I am the odalisque who lives in an oblelisk. I converse with birds.

converse. carrier pigeon post.

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