Trickles of lust

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The crisp autumn air brushed across her naked bottom.

The tree’s rough bark scratched the tiny beads of flesh, reminding her however hard they were, her nipples remained soft and sensitive.

She pressed her legs together; squirmed a little.

“No moving, I said!”

Trickles of lust had escaped.

Her thighs stuck together; her arousal tickled her nose.

Did he smell it too? Her lust? Her need?

She couldn’t help clenching her muscles again. The whip swished through the air and the searing pain reminded her about standing still.

Nails dug into the bark, and she waited for the next strike.


It’s been a while since I wrote one of my 100-word stories, and also a while since I posted an image. To be honest, up to now I haven’t taken a single sexy image this year. I guess life is just too overwhelming with all we are dealing with. But, It’s high time I get back to writing my flash fiction stories, don’t you think!


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.


© Rebel’s Notes

18 thoughts on “Trickles of lust

  1. You write so well.
    Images are difficult this year.
    COVID weight
    Lack of time to do much besides work, kids, repeat.
    The few chances we’ve had get filled with just catching up.
    You inspire me to take snapshots; words and ideas mages.
    A beautiful image of submission.

    1. Thank you for reading, David. I know all about the Covid weight. I am taking daily walks now to try and get rid of some of it 😉

  2. This is a perfect image!

    Flash Fiction is perfect for both reader and writer. Quick, yet challenging to create, and quick to read. No excuses.

    I haven’t done many images this year either. Time to join in with a photo challenge to encourage myself again.

    Now that I’m back to the blog, I’ll have to determine which memes to commit to again. There are so many, but only certain ones really grab me creatively. I often commit because I feel an obligation to support a particular blogger. But this time, I’m gonna be more selfish and authentic. WW is the only one I have recommitted to.

    1. First of all, thank you for recommitting to WW. And, I get that you commit because you feel an obligation. I did that for far too long. I am trying to get back to more fiction writing, which I guess determines which memes I commit to. It’s always a balancing act, right?!

  3. Brilliant Marie. You have totally captured the atmosphere with your words. Very clever. I love this image too. There is something wild but also vulnerable about it. Missy x

  4. Sure hope you keep on writing. And hope that your life will become overwhelming again to the positive side.

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