Suffused seraph

When I shared this story for the first time in February 2020, the words that first captured my attention were ‘fervor’ and ‘seraph’.

The following were the words I was challenged to use:

  • Tempest – a violent storm – noun
  • Engorged – swollen, as if filled with fluid – adjective
  • Covet – a strong or obsessive desire to acquire or possess something – verb
  • Suffuse – to spread or permeate – verb
  • Paramour – a lover, particularly of an extramarital relationship – noun
  • Dewy – characteristic of dew; freshly dampened – adjective
  • Pliant – pliable or impressionable – adjective
  • Fervor – intense or passionate feeling – noun
  • Seraph – an angelic creature of the highest order – noun

An image of a woman in what seems like fire, giving her a seraph-like form.

Her arms spread wide, her head tilted backwards, Emily’s seraph-like stature captured the attention of her paramour. His eyes took everything in as he slowly circled her: the black blindfold pouring her world into darkness, her erect nipples decorating her teardrop-breasts, the soft roundness of her gentle tummy, and the engorged lips at her warm center. It’s covered in her dewy wetness — fluid evidence of the earlier tempest that raged through her.

Her body pliant, a fervor to covet her made him reach out and suffused his warmth through her core, until Emily’s raw, unearthly cry announced another intense climax.

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
Image from Pixabay

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8 thoughts on “Suffused seraph

  1. Such a great piece and SO IMPRESSIVE that you used all 9 in under 100 words again. Of course, you’re free to do any format, but i *love* this one – all the words AND micro smut! Fantastic!

  2. Another excellent job with the BSW! I have been so busy with February photofest, I’ve barely posted anything else…I’m feeling a little guilty, but I might be able to swing a very short tale like this…nice job, Marie!

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