literature

RELEASE- AN EROTIC STORY BY M.

When I enter the bathroom, you’re in the shower. We’re going to have dinner with friends and as usual, we’re a bit […]

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CHAINED

AN EROTIC STORY BY M. With a pounding heart I am standing in the middle of the empty rectangular space. A bare, […]

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SEX!

…now that I have your attention; Sex, of course, has always been around…well, none of us would exist otherwise, duhuh! Even though […]

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SUMMER IN THE CITY~ AN EROTIC STORY BY M.

We’ve been invited to a chic party on a large rooftop terrace tonight, high above the city. The evening air is sultry […]

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WORKING UP A SWEAT – AN EROTIC POEM BY A.

Warm breath, tracing my neck with his lips Down my cleavage, kissing both my nips I squirm under his sexy, sweatridden bod […]

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SHOWTIME~AN EROTIC STORY BY M.

You picked up my hint rather quickly. I showed you the Ena open bra by Studio PIA yesterday in my favorite webshop. […]

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SUMMERHEAT – AN EROTIC STORY BY M.

The first real summer day of the year is wonderfully warm and sunny; in the morning it still feels a bit fresh […]

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SULTRY SUMMER- TIME QUOTE BY SHAKESPEARE

“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate. Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer’s lease hath all too short a date.”  ~William Shakespeare 1564-1616~  ~*~  From Sonnet 18 

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QUOTE BY IAN MCEWAN FROM HIS BOOK, ATONEMENT

“Now and then, an inch below the water’s surface, the muscles of his stomach tightened involuntarily as he recalled another detail. A drop of water on her upper arm. Wet. An embroidered flower, a simple daisy, sewn between the cups of her bra. Her breasts wide apart and small. On her back, a mole half covered by a strap. When she climbed out of the pond a glimpse of the triangular darkness her knickers were supposed to conceal. […]

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SLOW MOTION NOTION – A POEM BY A.

We were alone on that park bench under the stars No need for too many words, we kept that sparse He looked […]

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