Flash and Micro Fiction

Pleasure Is Not Pain

Pleasure is not the same as pain, though to some, it is. Teeth, when used appropriately, is something worth remembering. It’s not about acting out a zombie fantasy or feeding like a vampire.

It’s feeling the sting of a bite. The possession. The control your lover holds over you. That graze of teeth across the skin that’s barely more than a feather’s touch.

It’s that fine line between pleasure and pain. How it can entice the senses in a similar fashion to ice, candle wax, or nails.

It’s a delicate balance, and when done correctly, can drive you wild. A little goes a long way.

But never underestimate the power of the tongue. In a lot of ways, that’s the most pleasurable tool of all.

One, long lick here. A flick of the tip there. Enveloping something else entirely. That swirling in the most sensitive of places.

Combine that with a carefully placed nibble, and your toes will curl as your anticipation rises right along with your heartbeat, barreling toward that final, mind-blowing destination.

© Sarah Doughty

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