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The Murmur and the Staff – FFF

south pacific image of walkway leading out through palms to thatched roof casitas over the water



Finally. Checking in after the unbelievably long flight from L.A., I mentally unbuckled my “get it done” armor. Took my shoes off while the adorable desk clerk rummaged around. Wiggled my toes into the sand floor. Sighed.

“Your wife checked in three days ago,” she regarded me with an arch smile, “but she never locks the door.”

“Oh really?”, I thought, “And how do you know that?”

Ambling down the planked walkway toward the thatched bungalows, I shed the sludge of autocratic federal judges. Deadlines. Whiney clients. Litigation budgets.

The late afternoon light, the colors of the water, the texture of the worn timbers…….and the prospect of burying myself in my wife’s velvety flesh. I smiled, getting harder by the step.

Pausing at the door, I listened to the soft rustle of the breeze on the roof fronds, and heard a murmur of voices from inside.

Easing the, yes…unlocked, door open, I found naked Velvety Wife on her back, legs spread, with an equally lithe big-breasted beauty writhing on top of her. Glowing skin. Tousled hair. Hard nipples rubbing hard nipples.

“Hey,” she glanced at me upside down, “get over here.”

“The staff’ll be here any minute.”


two beautiful brunettes having bi-sexual lesbian sex and kissing each other

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Your challenge for today was to use the pictures above bracketing the story, and to write a flash fiction piece of  181-199 words . Additionally, I provided this key phrase to be used somewhere in the story:

“…soft rustle…”
If you are playing along this week, please leave your link below using the widget you see. Your link will appear in the widget itself, not in the comments, so everyone that’s playing will be listed here below. Go check them out, and thanks to all who played along. Authors: remember that you may choose to put in a general link to your blog, or a specific link to your fiction post. I recommend a specific link so that readers passing through days, weeks or months from now will go straight to the story.

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