FRIDAY FICTIONEERS: Fish in the Sea

FRIDAY FICTIONEERS: EVERY FRIDAY AUTHORS FROM AROUND THE WORLD GATHER TO SHARE THEIR 100-WORDS BASED ON THE PHOTO PROMPT HOSTED BY ROCHELLE WISOFF, OFFERING CONSTRUCTIVE CRIT AND ENCOURAGEMENT TO EACH OTHER. READERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO COMMENT AS WELL. HERE’S MY (SHORT) CONTRIBUTION…

Copyright - C. Hase

Copyright – C. Hase

EXT.  JAPANESE GARDENS – AFTERNOON

Hana stands on the wooden bridge overlooking the koi, surrounded by the spring blooms of the garden. Kazou walks up to her unnoticed, placing his arms around her waist in a light embrace.

KAZOU

(quietly to Hanako)

Look at the fish swimming, Hana, enjoying the garden’s beauty.

HANA

(bluntly)

You cannot know that the fish are enjoying the garden without being a fish.

KAZOU

(laughing)

You cannot know that I do not know without being me.

HANA

(arms crossed)

Perhaps not…

KAZOU

(kneeling on one knee)

Let me tell you what I do know, my dear Hana…

—Romantic Screen Play: 100 words—

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Conquered

Plonk; trembling with anticipation, Scott accidentally dropped Liz onto the bed.

The whole reception had been freaking torturous, but the wedding night was going to be freaking awesome as Scott was a dynamic lover.

But he wanted to take things slow and enjoy this special night with his vivacious bride, as he unhooked the back of her dress he nibbled on the back of her neck.

Upon releasing her from the fabric he proceeded to shower her in kisses from head to toe, finally conquering her mouth with a passionate kiss before continuing his teasing.

Liz watched breathlessly, as Scott traced more kisses down her abdomen…

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Five Sentence Fiction – Conquer

Lillie McFerrin Writes
Romantic Monday

Romantic Monday

Fried and Frazzled

Camille made up to the cover of the bar, breathless, hair a mess, fried from the sun and frazzled from her encounter with the Hercules, “Great here I am in paradise and I’m more interested in fantasy than reality. Oh Camille, when will you ever get your act together?”

As Camille pondered her need to escape into her romance novels she felt a tap on her shoulder,”Excuse me miss, you forgot your towel.”

“Oh, thanks,” Camille smiled shyly.

“Can I buy you a drink,” Hercules grinned.

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Continuation of Beach Romance

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5 Sentence Fiction-Paradise

Lillie McFerrin Writes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter’s Foreplay

It had been a long time since a man had entered Eira’s lair. There once was a time when she had her pick of soldiers, hunters, and axe men. Every night a different delicacy to satisfy her appetite, sometimes more than one. She would whisper temptations through the wind, leading them deeper into the forest. Only to realize too late they were trapped like the animals they may have been hunting.She would slate her lust, her prey often a willing participant, for she was a winter beauty. But once her desire was fulfilled, the nymph devoured her mate and set about finding another to satisfy her.

Now all men wanted to do were play with gadgets and gizmos in the civilized cities. Eira had to wait patiently for a man who decided to reconnect with nature. They were never built to her standards — too scrawny, too pale, too whinny — but they would do to sustain her lust. Often carrying packs and wearing ridiculous patches over their ears, she would have to drum up a gust to send their covering flying before she could use her song to lead them deep into her trap. Her minions would take care of the trappings while she attempted to charm these less willing hikers.

Chilling winds bite

Into uncovered ears

Winter’s foreplay

All for Javier

Sheena boarded the plane, abandoned her family, friends, job, all for Javier.

They had met over the internet, one of those dating websites, and he had wooed her with romantic poetry and video songs sung only for her late at night.

Her friends and family thought she was crazy to give up everything to fly halfway around the world to marry a man she’d never met, but they were in love.

The flight was long and turbulent or was that just pre-wedding jitters?

Javier greeted Sheena at the airport with a dozen red roses, open arms down on one knee.

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Romantic Monday

Romantic Monday

Lillie McFerrin Writes

Valentine’s Day Poetry

I keep my poetry over at A Full Cup of Tea, but Daily Prompt: Cupid’s Arrow is asking for some Valentine’s Day poetry. So for your reading pleasure…

 
 

A Cinquain poem called ‘Kisses’

 

Kisses

Luscious Nibbles

Tasting Heavenly Lips

Amorous Longing For More

Smooches

 
 
 

A Tanka poem called ‘Lover’s Rendezvous’

 

Kisses down the neck

Leaving a trail of passion

As lips explore more

Black lace slides down over thighs

Tongued passion by candlelight

Shower Surprise

Mariana laid out that special purple dress she saved for special occasions, the one she knew hit all the right curves.

She was going to look her best for this Valentine’s Day dinner Mariana smiled to herself as she hopped in the shower.

She was deep conditioning and deep in thought of what shoes to pair with her dinner dress when Hector snuck in the bedroom.

Hector had made dinner reservations a little later than usual, allowing time for some pre-dinner romance.

Hearing the shower still running, he raced to undress and join Mariana in the shower.

 

 

 

Five Sentence Fiction – Purple

Lillie McFerrin Writes