tan∙ta∙lize  (tan-tl-ahyz)
tr.v. tan∙ta∙lized, tan∙ta∙liz∙ing, tan∙ta∙liz∙es
To excite (another) by exposing something desirable while keeping it out of reach.
[From Latin Tantalus, Tantalus; see Tantalus.]
­ORIGIN late 16th century from TANTALUS + IZE

The English verb "to tantalize" is derived from the Greek mythological figure Tantalus (Ancient Greek: Τάνταλος). He was eternally punished in the underworld by being made to stand in a pool of water with fruit dangling from a tree above him. Every time he would try to drink the water, the pool would recede. Likewise, each time he tried to grasp the fruit, it would rise barely out of his grasp.

Not only was Tantalus deprived of what he wanted most, but was further tormented by living with it just out of his reach. However, you do not have to suffer this fate. Fix your gaze on me as I bathe in the sun's warm rays that affectionately cascade over my body unveiling my illustrious form. Breath in my heavenly fragrance that envelopes you, and beckons towards me like the enchanting calls of the Sirens. Succumb to the magnetic pull to press your lips against my supple skin, and bask in it's luscious divinity. How would it feel to indulge in your potent craving to savor my delicately sweet taste, which fondly caresses your tastebuds? Imagine nourishing your thirst with my ambrosial water, and experience your zest for life being reanimated.

Unlike Tantalus, I am within your grasp  You just have to reach for me.

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