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
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. Please feel free to join in, and if you do, you’re welcome to use the badge below, and link back to my page.
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