The Eclectic Pen - something to think about


By: Star U. (macgyvershe)   + 5 more  
Date Submitted: 1/23/2009
Genre: Arts & Photography » Performing Arts
Words: 272
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His liquid brown eyes were dark with passion. He approached her, his rumpled hair framing his still youthful face, a smile teasing his lips. He brought his hand to the curve of her neck and his slender fingers caressed the gentle arc of her soft skin. He brought his lips slowly, oh so slowly, to hers; savoring the anticipation. His eyes constantly searched her face; as a great stag searches the forest for the hunter.

Their lips met and she melted into his embrace, his arms surrounded her with strength. His soft, moist kiss became a hungry, passionate one that left them both wanting more. She returned his passion with her own elegant version of the French kiss and was ecstatic when he opened his mouth invitingly over hers in a silent request for more.

His hands were exploring her. They were so skilled and talented at finding those sensitive areas and teasing them playfully. They were kissing ferociously now, practically eating each other alive.

She was standing next to her desk and gently he lifted her up to its smooth surface. The office was empty, the janitorial staff had already come and gone; there would be no interruptions. He drew back from her. Not saying a word, he began to pull his favorite shirt with the yellow pattern design out of his faded blue jeans. He was totally focused on her, his sensual lips parted and moist with longing.

I want you. she whispered. Grabbing his open shirt and pulling him near, she slid her arms around his warm torso. He was silent, letting her lead him, wanting her to feel totally safe.

But was he?


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ericjasongastelum - 1/24/2009 5:42 PM ET
your question is as confusing and frightening, to me, as a Norse god preforming oral sex on a Harpy.
Marta J. (booksnob) - 1/27/2009 6:52 PM ET
To be continued?
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