Sunday, December 26, 2010

I Wish I'd Written This . . .



"This way -- in here."
His urgency was apparent as he caught me in a firm grasp just above my elbow and guided me into the room -- his room. Then he shut the door and we were alone.
I could feel my heart beating faster as he approached me from behind.  His voice, low and reassuring, was gentle.

"Just relax," he murmured and, with no further warning, reached down. I felt his strong,  hands at my ankles, gently probing, moving upward along my calves  -- slowly, oh, so slowly.
My breath caught in my throat. I knew I should be afraid, but somehow I didn't care. His touch was so experienced, so sure.
When his hands moved up onto my thighs, I gave a slight shudder, and partly closed my eyes. 
My pulse was pounding. I felt his knowing fingers caress my abdomen, my ribcage. And then, as he cupped my firm, full breasts in his hands, I inhaled sharply.
Probing, searching, knowing what he wanted, he brought his hands to my shoulders, slid them down my tingling spine and into my panties.
Although I knew nothing about this man, I felt oddly trusting and expectant.
 This, this is a man, I thought.  A man used to taking charge. . . a man who won't take`no' for an answer.  . . a man who will tell me what he wants . . . who will look into my soul and say . . .
"Okay, ma'am, all done."
My eyes snapped open. He was standing in front of me, smiling and holding out my purse. 
"You may board your flight now."


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This is one of those funny things that floats around the internet. I don't know who wrote it.  The photos aren't by me either but by Louisa Stokes and Unknown.
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18 comments:

Marilyn said...

Oh this is very good ...so well written, very funny!

Witch of Stitches said...

So funny, I just sent this to a number of friends last week. We all had a good chuckle.

Martin H. said...

How's that, for creative writing? Excellent!

Star said...

I shall think about that when I'm passing through Heathrow in a few days time. Perhaps I'll even blush LOL.
Very seductive.
Blessings, Star

Pat in east TN said...

I hadn't seen that before, but sure got a good laugh out of it, yet as I was reading it I kept thinking, "Where o where is Vicki going with this!?!?!", and then I got to the end! LOL

Brian Miller said...

ph my...you had me hook, line and sinker...lol....

Louise said...

Oh dear! That got me, for sure. It was a great laugh for a mid-morning pick me up.

Bouncin' Barb said...

I began thinking you were writing sensual eroticism and it was so good. Loved the ending! That's so funny.

Kath said...

LOL!!! Got me!
Kath

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

So funny -- it had a gotcha ending. But really not so funny by the fact that it practically does happen at airports. -- barbara

Brenda said...

Hilarious!!!

Vicki Lane said...

Just couldn't resist this bit of silliness after all the snow and Christmas talk...

Be careful in Heathrow, Star!

Margaret Bednar said...

Wonderful! Can't wait to share this with the kids and watch their faces. They are going to think I lost my mind! LOL.

Merisi said...

*smile*

Last time I checked, the pat-down would be done by the same gender (and I am not happy that the world is such that this is necessary, but I'd rather take the flight were everybody has been patted down - I remember where that would-be Christmas bomber hid his dangerous carry-on).

Susan M. Bell said...

Oh, I am so posting the link to this on my Facebook page. Love it.

Vicki Lane said...

Yes, this scenario isn't likely as it would be a same sex groper -- but I just couldn't resist . . .

Vagabonde said...

That was quite suspenseful and funny. It happened to me on my last trip to New York … but it was a woman, darn it.

Cletis L. Stump said...

I stumbled onto your wonderful blog and was delighted to find that we share an Appalachian heritage, and an appreciation for creativity. My blog is mostly political/social commentary (boring) but I have Creative Sundays as well. Try Jenny Galloway's poetry and Jerry Richardson's short stories, "Funeral" "Prospectors" and "A Question of Faith". Here's a link to a creative piece/social commentary about the stereotyping of our people you might appreciate called, "Dulcimers and Dew". It lifts my heart to see the wonderful creativity exemplified by people like yourself. I'll drop by and read around every now and then. Cletis

http://thebookofcletis.blogspot.com/2010/12/dulcimers-and-dew.html