I wrote this story for the first time in January 2020, for a meme I no longer take part in. Back then I heard the word ‘jejune’ and ‘lambent’ for the first time, and I was intrigued to use words not commonly used anymore.
I wanted to share this story again.
These are the words I was challenged to use.
- ebullient – cheerful, full of energy
- galvanize – to shock or excite into action
- genesis – the origin, or original form of something
- indurate – to harden
- jejune – naive, simplistic and superficial
- lambent – glowing, gleaming, or flickering with a soft radiance
- lave – to wash
- limpid – free of anything that darkens, completely clear
- repose – a state of calm relaxation or contemplation
Lazily, her mind absent from the warm bath, Clementine laved her body with a soft sponge, staring out the window at the meadows below. Ebullient children ran and laughed and sang in the exuberant sunshine.
Smiling when a calloused hand galvanized her nipples to an indurated state, she gasped as the intense pinching-pain consumed her being. Limbs spread, she invited his hand to move between; fingers to enter. Her lambent, limpid face didn’t betray the spasm of her intense orgasm, returning her to the jejune genesis of her once unmarried status.
In blissful repose, her gaze returned to the children.
Writing a story of exactly 100 words is quite a challenge. It’s a great exercise, as it forces you to look critically at what you have written, and dares you to keep to the essence of your story. Try it!
© Rebel’s Notes
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