Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Flash Fiction Friday, March 23, 2012 ~ The Burning Melody

Another Flash Fiction Friday is upon us.  This one, no doubt, will reveal itself to be a most sexy and scortching hot competition.  I am not finely skilled at M/M erotica, so I decided to write this for all unrequited lovers, now sated.  It seemed to work, for me at least.  Let me know what you think of it and leave a message.  After, please stop by my creative purient partners and read their impressions, 100 words no more - no less, of this very sexy photo.

The Burning Melody
Thinking I would torment you by staying away, I finally relented to seek you out.  I thought you would see my face and remember the pull of our love, the desire, the yearning.  My knees went weak when I saw you and I remembered; I burned with the desire we felt but never shared.  I fell, singing your charms; you rose to catch me.

But, you ……….. so cool, almost aloof ~ you knew.  You played me, stroked me to extract the finest tune you could illicit from me.  Unashamed, I sang to your charms, weaving my hunger throughout the melody.

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  1. Great piece of writing. I really enjoyed it.

  2. Oh, that was delicious my Muffy. Honey, love and desire?'s knows no gender...that all you need to remember, and your skill as a writer already shows this.

  3. Very nicely done. Different and so very interesting...

  4. Great FFF! So beautiful!

  5. Loved it!!! So sensual and honest. Grwat pacing, and beautiful prose. You never disappoint.

  6. Absolutely loved it. Beautiful, sensual, a great Flasher.

  7. Wonderful FFF!! Loved the nearly poetic way you described the picture.

  8. Good job, sweet heart. M/M erotica is not my forte either, but Sancre is right, love knows no gender. The feelings apply the same. This piece reminds me of the passionate, subtle love letters of the 18th century.

  9. Lovely FFF You did well. Nicely done!

  10. Poetically beautiful. Whether its m/f or m/m, you always spin words like a song and make it pure pleasure to read your posts.

  11. I loved this. Your words were so poweful and poetic. Just awesome FFF.


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