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The Legend of Great Sheik Abdullah
By Richard Lee Orey
Posted: Friday, September 23, 2011
Last edited: Saturday, September 24, 2011
This short story is rated "PG13" by the Author.
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Join the fun as erotic young harem dancer Habeeba drives Great Sheik Abdulla to the camel stalls.

                                                                   (Recounted and Voiced by Sultan of Salem Richard Lee Orey) 
                                                    
                                                         

                       The Legend of
                Great Sheik  Abdullah
    
                               Once in time, Great Sheik Abdullah looked forward every 
                               evening to the entertaining pleasures of his cherished troupe 
                               of dancers, each an accomplished mistress in the art of 
                               temptation and a consummate purveyor of carnal 
                              satisfaction.   Peace, tranquility and orgasmic satisfaction 
                              filled his tent.
                               But things changed when the dazzling Habeeba caught his eye 
                               in the tent of Trader Maha Akeehla, a concubine scout with a  
                               sophisticated talent for discovering uniquely fresh loin 
                               stimulators.   
                               
                               With the exotic music of tribal culture, Habeeba's smoldering 
                               eyes and rhythmic hips spoke of pleasures so delicious they 
                               drove Great Sheik Abdullah to unbridled obsession.
                               Thirty pieces of gold secured title to young Habeeba just 
                                two days before the beginning of her fourteenth season.   
                                In a sense of urgency that could not be denied, Great 
                                Sheik Abdullah turned over his young prize to Aeyella, 
                                his most loyal concubine, a woman of experience and 
                                unmatched sensuality.   For twenty years, she had served her 
                                master's passions with undaunted skill. 
                                Great Sheik Abdullah's command to Aeyella rang short 
                                 and direct:   "It is my great wish of the heart that you teach 
                                 young Habeeba  every trick and art of your harem mastery.   
                                 In so doing, I will reward you with life-long security.  
                                 But fail, and I will have your wretched body tied between 
                                 two horses and  drawn to shreds  fit only for the 
                                 needs of predators of the desert."
                                Morning, noon and night for two new moons plus ten 
                               suns, Chief Concubine Aeyalla drilled young Habeeba, 
                                exerting every effort to instill in the future harem 
                                favorite a mastery  of erotic temptation and 
                               corporal fulfillment never before possessed by 
                               one single concubine, a feminine power so great, 
                               loyalist Aeyella feared for the safety and well-being 
                               of her Great Sheik Abdullah.
                                Sundown of the seventy-fifth day brought to Aeyella 
                                a message of commandment from Great Sheik 
                                Abdullah to deliver Habeeba to his tent prepared to 
                                dazzle and satisfy her master with a dance of temptation 
                                 and erotic desire such as he had never before known. 
                                That night, young Habeeba came before the eager eyes 
                                of Great Sheik Abdullah and, in a dazzling dance of 
                                pounding  rhythms, turbulent passion and 
                                sensual temptation, drove him to a state of such erotic 
                                 arousal that in desperation he threw off his tunic 
                                 of spun gold and reached out to ravish her curvaceous 
                                 body with his enflamed instrument of masculinity 
                                 throbbing wildly in uncontrolled pulsations.  
                                 Precious Habeeba fell to her knees before the 
                                enraptured sheik,  grasping his mighty tool with 
                                tormenting hands, pulling his turgid organ between her 
                                quivering thighs and beseeching him again and again 
                                to ravish her without mercy, begging her enraptured 
                                master hour after hour to share with her "just one more 
                                time" his explosive deposit of family seed as she 
                                wailed her ecstasy of delights.
                                Woefully, I share with you now that thereafter, year 
                                after year, tribal elders recounted the spellbinding 
                                story in every tent across the vast deserts of how young 
                                Habeeba conquered and subdued the renowned 
                                masculinity of Great Sheik Abdullah in one solitary 
                                encounter,  the eschewed sheik  being totally unable 
                                to satisfy the unquenchable passion of one 
                                young virgin, such that from that day forward he never 
                                again enjoyed the company of even one member of his 
                                troupe of dancers but felt driven to relieve his passions 
                                only by approaching weak and helpless camels 
                                 tied tentside, even as Concubine Aeyella and her young 
                                 charge Habeeba dined on succulent morsels of tender 
                                 lamb kabobs, languishing in luxury inside 
                                Abdullah's private tent as from across the desert plains 
                                the disgraced and camel-copulating sheik endured the 
                                unrequited shouts and taunts of tribesmen calling out in 
                                loud-voiced disgust: "Harem Master  Great Sheik 
                                Abdullah, Camel Raper Supreme."
         
                                 And thus grew the origin of the old Turkish proverb: 
                                           
                                           "Make no great wish of the heart 
                                             before securing your camel."
                                  Go with Allah!
 

 

 

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Reviewed by Micki Peluso
Well Richard,

That was quite a story. I never expected one like that from you but it did have a great moral.

Good luck. Micki

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