Old Friends, Part 3....New Beginnings Fiction

Rachel takes Control Rachel sat at her desk, it was late, everyone had left for the evening except herself and Ben. They had been working late an evening or 2 a week as there was a lot to do. The only distraction was knowing he was only a few short steps down the corridor. He had taken to bringing her a mug of coffee about 7pm. He would arrive with 2 mugs and perch himself on the edge of her desk, leg dangling loosely as he discussed some client or other as if it was… Read more

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The Kanky Pussy Fiction

Every woman's fantasy ‘Hi God I'd love to lick your kanky pussy,’ was his first message and only message.

I knew he meant ‘kinky,’ but the typo made me so wet. Thinking about his big, clumsy, fingers missing the ‘i’ and hitting the ‘a’ made me imagine what would happen to me when his little finger slipped into my ass while his middle finger was lost in my kanky pussy. Knowing that his tongue would bring it all together in the end.

How could he… Read more

Into The Storm Fiction

Whether on top of a mountain staring across an ancient glacier valley or low in the wet sand at the foot of an Ocean, the foreboding feeling within our core when a storm is coming is primal.
We're preprogrammed to not fear it, to ignore it and to bask in the veneer of safety the furnishings within our modern world.
But Mother Nature always knows best.
She's been here a lot longer than any of us and in the rythmic sway of her hips, she dances … Read more

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Old Friends, Part 2....Rachel's Story Fiction

Rachel sat across the desk from her new Boss…Mr Hogan, Ben, he said they knew each other from boarding school yet she couldn’t place him. This unsettled her she didn’t like to be caught unawares, EVER and especially not on her first day in her new job. He had not been part of the interview panel as he was away on important business, she had expected to maybe have a meet and greet with him prior to her first day but when she had phoned to re… Read more

The Hotel Fiction

The huntress has the tables turned... They liked to think of her as the sexy secretary but she was much more than that in this hotel chain. She would often dumb herself down and play into their "nice tits" in a tight blouse object that they drooled over on a daily basis.
She on the other hand saw herself as a master manipulator.
She knew how to play the game to get where and what she wanted and she made no apologies for it. How she had set about using her sex to accomplish certain … Read more

Old Friends .....Ben's Story Fiction

Ben sat at his desk watching the screen in front of him, he’d made sure to be in early with the monitor switched on so he didn’t miss a thing. He seen her arrive, He watched how she had walked into reception confident but slightly nervous, he guessed. He’d know that walk anywhere, just like every other part of her body he had committed it to memory a long time ago and he was glad to see little had changed. He thought about all those times h… Read more

The Shallows Fiction

"You know where to find me" were his final words that night.

He'd spent the night on the couch. The pre dawn light waking him to the pain.
His head. His body.
As he sat up the images from the previous night came flooding back to him and he held his head in his hands and rubbed his eyes. The empty wine bottles and shards of glass at his feet as he stood a further reminder to what had transpired.

Reaching for his board shorts, he moved ca… Read more

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Fall Alone Fiction

The morning light crept over the horizon slowly.
Each shard of light making its way into the world, carrying eternal warmth and caressing his face and bare body. The night before he wanted the physical to distract him and walking barefoot and barechested across the dark meadows to this place, his place he had finally found peace and calm.
Sleep had still proved impossible but his thoughts were calm now. His breathing measured and meditative an… Read more

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A Dialogue About Love While Having Sex in an Office Fiction

“There is no meaning in the world. We ascribe meaning to nonsense.”

“So there’s no meaning to us? I mean nothing to you?”

“You always compare apples to oranges.”

“Am I the apple or the orange?”

“You would have to be the banana, wouldn’t you?”

“Anatomically?”

“How else?”

“You might have been referring to my sanity.”

“Then I would have said ‘bananas,’ not ‘banana.’ I’m nothing … Read more

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The Road of Excess - Part 2 Fiction

She’d spent the day strolling along the city streets, caressed by the sounds, smells and noises of its inhabitants and she’d felt the familiar draw, the primal need to be torn from this place to somewhere deeper, darker where she no longer had to think.
To ground her body and calm her breath a moment , she’d sat a while on a bench and from behind her dark shades she previewed the scene in front of her.
This part of the city felt like a m… Read more

The Road of Excess - Part 1 Fiction

As Polly lay staring at the ceiling, her mind wandered to when she’d been here before.
It seemed like a life time ago but as the evening light gently left the room the feelings from before came flooding and she smiled, biting her lip at the delicious memories of before.

“You like that don’t you ? don’t you ?” the figure above her pleaded.
“Absolutely, you’re amazing” she said with as much encouragement as she could muster and… Read more

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Detonate Fiction

He sat on the short board staring at the surface of the water in front of him and closed his eyes, savouring the feeling.
The summers sun that day had long since faded but the air and the ocean that surrounded him was still warm.
Those that had shared this playground had left, bidding farewell with a nod and he finally felt at peace.
He’d never planned on being out this long, but the draw of the ocean kept him here and he savoured her embrac… Read more

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Amphitrite’s Embrace Fiction

He lay back.
Resting his head, letting his body drop and begun to try and gain control of his racing breath. His mind had long been lost to her.
He could feel his heart in his chest hammering in time and he could hear it in his ears.
No other sound seemed to matter for these moments.
She lay around him, holding him. Her embrace familiar and it encompassed not just his body but his weary mind.
He was truly spent but he knew she’d hold him, … Read more

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Adventures in La La Land - Day 2 Fiction

He sat on the beach.
The same beach he’d spent so much time on.
The remnants of her taste and scent was still on him in addition to the jet lag and hangover.
His greying beard and his lips tasted of her and a set of bruises from her fingers on the top of his bicep and shoulder as he turned to his right to watch the falling sun approach the far off hills in Malibu.
In far off cities choked by grey winter skies and even greyer people he imagi… Read more

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A Whole lot of lust Fiction

As a child she’d spent summers sitting on rocks staring at the movement of the sea. The smell of the air, salty and fresh as the white waves broke in front of her. The tumultuous movement of the surface at times, distorted by wind, tides and the moon itself mirrored how things had been.
Her fears, her uncertainties, her loneliness, her anger and hatred at the injustices that befell her consumed her senses at times and she’d find herself ho… Read more

The Parable of Pleasure (A Fairytale) Fiction

Once upon a time, in a kingdom much like this one, lived a Princess named Pleasure. She had been born with the gifts of love and light, generosity and pleasure, and a true faith that everyone – everyone – deserved such gifts, no matter how lost they had gotten along the way.

She was brought up in the darkness of selfishness. She was conceived by a Queen, who believed it was her duty to have a daughter, even though the Queen didn’t get a… Read more

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Adventures in La La Land Fiction

"My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains"
His mind wandered as he sat idlying, staring at the ceiling as the noises from the en suite continued.
He'd been naked for some time and sat absent mindedly gripping the thick carpet with his toes and feet and periodically clawing it to feel more.
How long had he been here ?

"That I may drink, and leave the world unseen"
He reached for the source of his numbness, novocaine sadly wasn't legal… Read more

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Kiss Me Fiction

As she stared at herself critically in the merciless mirror, should brushed her hair back and emitted a long sigh of frustration. “Cut it all off” she thought, not for the first time before letting it fall behind her and sticking her tongue out at the reflection and he who had appeared behind her.

“Can I get you a glass of wine?” he said before sipping from his own he was holding. His cavalier approach to black tie events enraged he… Read more

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The Infinite Now Fiction

He suddenly realised he'd been day dreaming and she was now staring at him.
He’d been lost in thought in this place and it was her fingers touching his and her green eyes that brought him back.

"Oooops sorry"
“Another ?”
“Sure … and thank you ... merci.”
“Prego”
“You’re Italian ?”
“I have many tongues, but yes, Italian tonight !”

The lighting above her head at the bar and throughout the room surrounding the… Read more

Found At Sea Fiction

Stripping each other, kissing, touching, grabbing, taking ... they'd fallen.
Bodies bound, an endless kiss and the euphoric feeling that their souls had embraced, these two people of no significance or note, fell.
They weren't special.
They weren't remarkable.
They were adorned with something richer than either had felt before, something wild and free.
Something that cann't be marketed, that can't be captured or presented in fictional or … Read more

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Revelation Fiction

Joy comes in the morning, and this morning was hard won and an eternity coming – but she wouldn’t change any of it because without all of it, every single drop of it, she never would have found this. This feeling. This dawning. This revelation that changed her and the moment she was living in.

She looked across the wide vista of her life and saw them all, every fire, every rabbit hole, every grain of sand in her far-reaching deserts of des… Read more

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Nature V Nurture Fiction

They sat face to face in a room filled with people and noise and yet the feeling for them was they were alone.
This was a familiar phenomena to them both since they’d met and in many ways even before that when they had chatted.
The connection both had felt was of this nature and so powerful that it regularly seemed to consume and eviscerate all around them.
It shut the real world outside when they communicated, when they listened and heard… Read more

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Lightening Fiction

The trickle of dew running down each blade of grass in the field glistened in the sunrise. It is a detail of this world that few take the time to enjoy or ever see and yet it is all around us.

That morning she allowed herself a brief moment to savour a place she had grown from girl to woman and her mind imagined a silver blanket as far as she could see that wrapped this land she knew so well.
Her long black riding boots contrasted the cream … Read more

Wildflowers in Summer Fiction

"Hey, how are you ?"
"I'm good, drink drink ? or too early ?"
"Surprise me. You look ... good."
"Really ? its all my clean living."

They laughed at the sarcasm.
Two friends. Boys still in so many ways, but men to those watching and the bar man that appeared in front of them.
They'd met for the first time in years outside and decided to take time out to catch up.

"Really ? what the hell ? you guys seemed so happy - I can't believe she's… Read more

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The Next Life Fiction

He sat watching the city across the water. Muted by distance, she seemed alive and filled with life this morning. Her features shrouded in the remnants of the fog that the morning sun was burning through. The blue sky above her and the heat from the sun from the East warmed him along with a scarf this spring morning as he lifted himself from the bench and walked towards the subway entrance. Those minutes each morning sitting watching the water … Read more

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Musings Fiction

She shifted.
She felt him still within her.
She could feel the pulse of his body against her flesh within and her eyes closed and her mouth opened.
A low growl ? no a groan emitted from her very soul and flooded the room.
She could smell and taste him - the meat that she had craved was on her tongue, surrounded by her lips and deep touching her throat.
His scent on her and enveloping the space where she lay now.
She could feel his weight … Read more

When Souls Collide Fiction

The club that night pulsated.
The sounds that pumped by a nameless DJ in the corner drowned out the sounds come from the shapes and images of the flesh before him.
The colours emerging from the white strobe were enriched by the shine the light made on leather parent boots or stilletos or corseted bodies and the smiles all around the room. It felt to him he was surrounded by darkness and it was a welcome protective shawl he wore in this world… Read more

Swing Low Fiction

Lying in the sunshine the wind washed over him and lifted his body high and dropped him low. Weightless.
The waves were invisible where he lay and yet it lifted him high and then low and from side to side. Floating.
“Surprise, sometimes, will come around”, the hammock moved up and the cloud he’d been staring at seemed to be motionless above. Free.
“I will surprise you sometime”, the hammock moved down and low and the cloud he’d … Read more

Footsteps Fiction

She walked slowly down the corridor.
It was wide and expansive and she’d enjoyed taking her heels from her feet in the lift as they travelled from the bar.
She was tipsy now from the wine, the conversation and the anticipation of what might come next and she liked that feeling. Adventures begin with plans, ideas shared and logic of what might be but it’s all best guess. The excitement and anticipation of opening ones eyes at the beginn… Read more

Sentient Edges Fiction

How long had she been lying here? she could tell that morning was coming from the light that had changed from deep darkness to grey light edging its way into this room. Her eyes were tired and adjusting to the light. Her body felt wide awake and detached in so many ways, it had betrayed her over and over again since the moment he had first touched her, stroking her wrist with his fingers the evening before as they had enjoyed a drink.

Her mout… Read more