Flash and Micro Fiction


Photo Credit Pixabay.
Photo Credit Pixabay.

Do you want to know what it feels like to unravel?

Imagine fire in your veins, lava in your bones, and steam in your mind. Imagine your hands as nothing more than the instruments to release all that heat.

What will you do with them? 

Dig deep and really think

about that for a moment.

Will you take your time and make sure nothing escaped their touch? Or will you speed right on through like a freight train traveling at full speed toward its destination?

Let me tell you something. If you’re really on fire like that, it’s best to slow it down. Share some of that burn, that sweet, deep ache that needs to be sated thoroughly.

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Think about how the wind feels against your heated flesh.

What would the cold rain feel like dripping down your body?

Close your eyes and think about how you might like someone’s overflowing passion to be directed at you with their hands. How would you want it to feel?

The kind of sin on the mind.

That sly, crimson smile

in the darkest of shadows.

You know the one.

The one where you know exactly what you’re doing. And your one focus is to drive that person higher.

It’s like magic, pouring all that fuel onto the fire, watching the body levitate from the sheer power behind what you’re doing. And the only thing on your mind is how much you want to make it happen again.

Think about that for a moment.

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There’s nothing clean about it. There’s nothing dirty either. It’s a mindless escape.

It’s a release.

It’s pouring everything that’s igniting you from within and it’s channeling it into something that you’ll never forget.

It’s having dessert first,

second, and third,

without any of the guilt. 

Think about it. Think hard. The sheer deluge of sensations that would come from taking it slow, from feeding off the flames of another and pouring it right back into them.

How good would it feel? How long would it last?

Maybe now, you’ll have an idea of what I need.

© Sarah Doughty

Apologies for not bringing you the next installment of Him. I’ve been ill. I will share it as soon as it’s ready. Until then, catch up! Read part 1part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7.
This was also published at UInk.ca.

38 thoughts on “Unravel”

  1. Can I imagine it that deeply? Have I ever felt it that deeply? If not, I missed a great big slice of life. Thank you for the “challenge” to allow myself to feel, and feel, and feel. Honestly, I’ve never read anything that heart-wrenching. What to say? Keep turning that wrench.

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