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  Bent Down Eyes
by Lonnie Hicks
Thursday, July 08, 2010
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Love At Third Glance

The terrible part was her confidence
which sat upon my chest like twenty dozen smiling roses
and she took my furtive glances like candy munching languidly
on each and every one, and I could not help but feed her that day over and over again, unable not to look, marking her every gliding move, helpless,
and she giggled a small giggle and glanced not at me, but
toward me-just enough to verify I was there granting her that dry-mouthed attention, she loved, no craved, and each one she took in with a deep breath which made her breasts seem to grow even larger than they were and this in turn would made me gulp in and I could swear she knew or guessed, her innocent dirty girl naughtiness took coy and made it sexy to my helpless gaze; a gaze I vowed this time I'd deny her and like the glance-addict she was, she looked back, eyes wondering where my appreciation glance had gone and why I had not delivered it, as was her just due; and I deliberately stared away not looking at her--starting to move away from her direction, out of the store to stand staring straight ahead, sensing she had followed me out needing that glance I had denied her as I made her wait ignoring the heavy breathing she did inches at my side, and never looking at her or acknowledging that this time it was I who held the candy-carrot and she was the one in need, as she eventually. not being able to stand it, mumbled "hi" but I remained the mannekin in blue jeans; I was the flame and she the moth and I moved toward the car door opening it, never looking at her,saying "this time lets not just look" motioning she should get in and she understanding that addiction to my hunger-stare was what she needed and that I would give, with just a little more tease-time.She had me already back looking. Satisfied she bent those beautiful eyes downward, took my arm to steady herself and got in the car. We had a silent understanding.

We spent the day talking, ending up with a midnight, moon-light picnic just outside of town.  I couldn't take my eyes off her as her coy stole my heart. And it's been that way ever since.

That was how we met.I got caught looking.










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