Tag Archives: romance

Writing Her Heart

He was back again, right where she wanted him, stepping into her story to haunt her again. Witty and charming, and oh so smart, he laughed and he loved and he respected her heart. She set fingers to the screen … Continue reading

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These Moments

Running in snow to my knees, I fell for you, cushioned in white. You leaning close for a kiss, a moment in bliss. Kissing in a fire shadow’s quiver, I fell for you, wrapped in fervor. Your hand reaching to … Continue reading

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Salvation’s Contrast

She’d known fists before her freedom and they’d known her name, the scars on the inside festering where she’d closed off hope. His tender touch, it was contrast afire. He opened her fears to future revelation, crafting doors with care … Continue reading

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Electrical Beings

Rushing into the storm, water splashing, sirens wailing a passionate refrain. Storm surge, a pole’s power, Roman candle sparks beckoning her desire. Waterfall lashes, his hand to her cheek, his lips to her lips in an electrical kiss. Energy, charging … Continue reading

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That Moment

’Tis sweeter, my love, your whisper at my ear, your hand to my hand, your lips so near. It’s living beyond life, and life beyond death. It’s forever in the moment eternity can’t forget. I’ll kiss you now, my love, … Continue reading

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Cover Me

We may be. One night you’ll cover me. It’s a vision, us, a fountain flowing, moonlight glowing. A gentle caress, a sizzling touch riding a wave, your pulse within me. A heart, my heart, you mending before I know I’m … Continue reading

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A Mystery at Every Table

Sipping fantasy at a secluded café, intrigue in her dreams, winks and sighs and someone dies, they order another drink. Mascaraed gazes in the afternoon, film noir at night, delicious mysteries over a wineglass rim, it’s a poison lip delight. … Continue reading

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Unfurling

Walls, closing in, threatening to crumble. Her heart pushed and pulled, a weeping void between. The door for escape led to more doors, more empty rooms. On the empty balcony her tears falling to glistening pavement, she cast an unfurling … Continue reading

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Builder

She was close to finding him, knew his work well. He wasn’t stone, but instead he chiseled. He didn’t destroy, but instead he built. All the signs were there in that place. When she found him, and she would, his … Continue reading

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Reawakened

  She realized in the moment, there was awakening, and then there was reawakening. In the modern world of casual, a man shouldn’t look so good in a suit. Oh, but he did. None more so than the man reaching … Continue reading

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