Sunday, April 02, 2017

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Humorous flash fiction about the coastal village of Amble  Bay. Click HERE for my latest tale!
Post 1494. Sunday April 2

The Sunday Whirl

I shouldn’t have done it, I know. But I followed her to the garden. She intended me to, of course she did. I was unable to resist, for whilst strolling along the twisting path she peered over her shoulder, beckoning me with her smouldering eyes.

As she neared that special place she stopped and slowly turned. A primal urge rose within my beating heart. I knew that in a short while I would do something I vowed I’d never do again. The shame I had felt the last time simply evaporated along with all sense and reason. Just one kiss I told myself. That’s all.  But it was not to be all. 

So now, I have to once again keep my guilty secret locked away. It will never happen again. Will it?




This week’s given words at The Sunday Whirl are - primal, place, follow, rise, shame, near, reach, base, eyes, garden and kiss. I used all but one.


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13 comments:

  1. Hm... That must have been one heck of a smooch!!! ;)

    Calen~
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    1. I'm still licking my lips! Cheers Calen

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  2. It is becoming easy for you so you become more dangerous, soon you think you can do anything you like. It is lucky no one knows who your are...yet.

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    1. ...except you and I'm sure I can trust you to keep a secret!

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  3. Chilling! What a nice contrast to your 'A' challenge post. You are so talented.

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    1. Variety is the spice of...I fancy a curry tonight!

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  4. The line, "But it was not to be all" says so much that leaves the reader's imagination running wild!

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    1. I'm not saying sanother word! Thanks C.C.

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  5. Unfair! Now I'll be walking around all week, wondering if you are wearing a smirky grin, or a scowling grimace.

    Elizabeth

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    1. A little of each Elizabeth! Thanks for drropping by.

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  6. Naughty, naughty.
    But we all have our guilty secrets...

    Anna

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    1. They keep us on our toes! Cheers Anna

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  7. It seems his sense of guilt is rather short-lived. At some point I fear he will trip himself up!

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