Keep it Like a Secret

I have a lot to say, but I’m going to keep things inside for a while. I’m greedy and I want the memories all to myself.

I will say, cherries are sweet and they make kisses so much better. Frozen grapes stir up all kinds of things. The world is a delicious place.

Kissing is amazing. Laughing is the best. Three writers in a bed is almost overwhelming. Actually it is overwhelming. Sometimes you can strap yourself in and be overwhelmed. Ride the waves of over-stimulation and come out on the other side panting and changed.

It is an interesting thing to be so smitten with two women at once. One for all the ways we are the same and one for all the ways we are different. Pale skin and darker skin. Youth and experience. One desire is lean, hungry, patient. It makes my eyes narrow and my smile a little sinister. I want to be rough with her, play out things, a wrestling match of wits and sex. The other has no room to wait, it is just want and it is want now. I want to show her things and teach her tricks and just fuck her until she can’t take it any more. I want that so bad it makes me a little nervous.

Ellie and I have been chatting a lot lately. We have been talking about chemistry and the way some people evoke certain dynamics from the start. Some people you meet and you might want to date or be friends with, you can see where it goes. Other times the chemistry takes over and you need to top them hard or be topped by them or take care of them.

My emotions are certainly cyclical. For a while now I have been somewhat luke warm over people. It’s interesting to be so passionately intrigued all of the sudden.

And now back to work. Jack needs to stop thinking about… well just stop thinking.

6 thoughts on “Keep it Like a Secret

  1. For the grapes? A tip? A day or so in advance, take the grapes and puncture each one once or twice, and then put them in a Ziploc baggie and pour in a good bit of your favourite vodka.

    Let ‘em marinate in the fridge until you’re ready to play.

    And, bonus… leftover marinating vodka makes an awesome grape martini. :)

    Because vodka helps everything.

    Though I’m sure it wouldn’t have made your little shindig anymore fun. :)

  2. For the grapes? A tip? A day or so in advance, take the grapes and puncture each one once or twice, and then put them in a Ziploc baggie and pour in a good bit of your favourite vodka.Let ‘em marinate in the fridge until you’re ready to play.And, bonus… leftover marinating vodka makes an awesome grape martini. :)Because vodka helps everything.Though I’m sure it wouldn’t have made your little shindig anymore fun. :)

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