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Five Sentence Fiction – Vision

23 December, 2012

Thanks as always to Lillie for running the wonderful 5SF, and for this week’s prompt. Here is my offering, the link between five sentences and five senses was too tempting to pass over. All comments and criticisms welcome.

 

He closed his eyes as she brought the silk scarf towards him, blacked his vision.

The waft of her perfume filled his awareness as she knelt over him.

“Trust me,” she whispered into his ear, her voice in a low, breathy whisper.

She persuaded his mouth open with her tongue, and he tasted the champagne they had shared.

Her fingers traced light circles across his chest, his stomach, his thighs, and he felt himself harden.

 

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6 Comments
  1. Tin Woman permalink

    Mmmmm… lovely!

  2. Hey, that was pretty good…

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