A strange and beautiful love affair

 

There was no reason to suppose that they would fall in love. He was tall and ominous looking, she was squat and dumpy. The tall one had a healthy glow as if he had spent all his life weathered by the gusty winds of March and the kisses of the summer sun. She in comparison was pale with a beautiful motley skin that had a magical attraction, which propelled one to touch her. In short she was definitely cuddly. By some strange coincidence they found themselves one evening in a heated roomed placed next to each other. It must have been the heat that had a peculiar affect on them. At first she started feeling a strange movement in her body, she became soft and slowly seductive perfumes exuded from her skin, then she had that delicious feeling of wanting to embrace her neighbor. At this moment she caught the fragrance of wild and exotic fruits that were wafting over her skin. She looked across at her companion who stood tall and dignified at her side. Did she detect a slight movement in acknowledgement of her seductive efforts? Yes, a slight agitation, hardly discernable to the naked eye but in her heart she knew the call had been answered. Later that night they came together in a union of innocent bliss, the pleasure was overpowering.

 

The plate was clean and the last drop of wine poured. Henry turned to his host and said,

“ a remarkable Reblochon with a superb Macon Blanc. An evening to remember.”

 

David Nutt, November 2003



 
short stories
An Unusual Request
Bewitched and be wildered
A cry from the heart
Fate played a devilish hand
Frustration with a capital F
A roll of the dice
Living in the shadow of death
A lesson well learnt
The wedding
A pleasant ride, a pleasant talk
Sweet revenge
Drum beat, heartbeat
Skin deep
They came, they left no trace
The window cleaner
A delayed meeting
Hold on tight
In the name of my parents
Strange events
Sequel to Frustration with a capital F
A strange and beautiful love affair
The doll's dilemma, a chage of style
The poster hanger - It had to happen
They had nothing in common
A misplaced letter
Life's mysteries
poetry
An ode to cheese
The marshes
Waiting in vain
Day follows day
Sounds of the future
The dream of flight





writing in Paris, copyright 2005