Glorious

My heart quickens, my skin tingles as anticipation shortens my breath pushing my chest out so the feel of lace against my skin hardens my nipples. All it took was a look. Your look. Intense. Piercing. It holds me captive. You move closer, holding my eyes, and I burn from yearning. Then you smile, and oh that smile, full of mischief, hinting at a joke … Continue reading Glorious

Simon Says

Charlie remembered when he was five and was running through the yard shrieking in delight. He had just completely destroyed his mother’s garden. The garden she explicitly told him to stay very far away from. Then there was that incident when he was twelve and he was told to carry his sister down the street to his grandparents house and they were both to stay … Continue reading Simon Says