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Captive Bride 2
by Southern Comfort

Thursday, August 23, 2007
Rated "R" by the Author.
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The second of my Cherokee Love Story

Lone Wolf was like a spirit as he crept along,
He grabbed Doe-eyes off the rock, though he knew it was so wrong.
He had covered her mouth to slience her scream,
He threw her on a waiting blanket, rolled her in it, it seemed like a dream.
She wiggled and squirmed, as he hoisted her on his shoulder,
He smacked her wiggling rump as his handling became bolder.
He plopped her on his horse and got on behind,
He was a man possessed, he had lost his mind.
They galloped away into the coming night,
Doe-eyes was hissin, spittin and was puttin up a fight.
After a long, weary ride, he approached his hideaway,
The sun was setting signaling the end of day.
He dumped Doe-eyes on the ground,
They were the only two people for miles around.
He made a fire and prepared some food,
Doe-eyes hissed at him, she was in a foul mood.
As he undid the blanket, she bit his hand,
She would stand for no touching from this strange man.
He handed her some food and she slapped it into the dirt,
Lone Wolf's brooding, dark eyes, held a fleeting glint of hurt.
He spoke to her gently, as though calming a frightened child,
Doe-eyes cussed and hissed all the while.
When he approached her, she scratched and hissed like a cornered Wild Cat,
His hungry lips soon put a stop to that.
He held her against his strong, bronzed chest and stroked her hair,
His touch was gentle and full of care.
She trembled and sighed, weary from the fight,
She soon did succumb to her weariness and slept for the night.

Music: Apache

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Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 8/25/2007
Lovely story/poem !!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Dale Clark 8/24/2007
A good story SC and I see that Doe-eyes is like
the author, full of spirit. Great!
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 8/23/2007
Sounds more like a story...it reads so well and always romantic.
Reviewed by twinklewrites at her desk (Reader) 8/23/2007
Great work SC...enjoying your work of art, waiting to see what happens in #3...you go girl! Hugs and Love, Peggy
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 8/23/2007
A fine story teller you are..
Hugs...
Ron
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/23/2007
This is such a wonderful tale, so worthy of being read more than once. So very gentle and delicate penned with caring hands.....

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Silent Dream 8/23/2007
Tell me more about this Lone Wolf. Sounds dreamy ;) Dark eyes you say?

((LOve ya)) ~yourDreamyGal
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 8/23/2007
Like to have a pissed off rattle-snake inside your sleeping bag.
Lone Wolf has wond the first round, but the Sioux has already giving Lone Elk one hundre buffalo skins as a serious contender, and the Chief didn't say no...yet.
Lone Wolf has his ass in the proverbial sling.
And then it was #3
Georg
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 8/23/2007
Doe-eyes was hissin, spittin and was puttin up a fight.
When he approached her, she scratched and hissed like a cornered Wild Cat,
His hungry lips soon put a stop to that.

I love the imagery here SC......hissin an spittin and all that!!

Walt
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 8/23/2007
What a romantic tale just begging to be a book!!!! That's it Ms. Doe Eyes make him earn it.
Reviewed by Ann Scarborough 8/23/2007
Great SC!!! Knew old Lone Wolf wouldn't have it easy. Doe-eyes is my kind of woman.

Ann
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 8/23/2007
SC, yes, wonderful, more please, I love this kind of romance!
Wonderful..
Peace, Love, and Light,
Amber "V"
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 8/23/2007
Oh SC you have taken us away, i don't know if I could have fought him off but when I would calm down I don't think sleeping would have been on my mind.
Newfie Hugs, Rose
Reviewed by Felix Perry 8/23/2007
Continues to grip the readers attention and the images are still powerful as lust, passion and desire run wild ending in restful sleep...

Fee
Reviewed by Paul Berube 8/23/2007
S.C.,

Your story is very good. Enjoyed.
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 8/23/2007
I wouldn't mind LOL, Lone wolf had the right idea, no mucking around, no more lip lady.
Excllent
Ch'erie
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