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Marilyn Seray

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Rain Symphony
by Marilyn Seray

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When the birds cease to sing and all is quiet with the promise of a thunderstorm we will watch the sky.

The air is still and motionless and the sky turns to a pale yellow.
A blanket of anticipation and danger hovers above, as the sky rapidly turns dark.

The stillness is interrupted with the sounds of the wind forcing their angry voices through the trees. The scent they leave behind mingles with the heat from the scorched earth and undulates as it gives way to a single heavy droplet. It is the first onslaught of many that are competing to be heard in a beautiful symphony of a summer's brief downpour.

We watch in awe as the clouds roll by and deplete themselves of their heavy burden. They seem happier as they are lighter, allowing a sliver of sun to filter through. Now is our chance to join in the concert...

Noisily we will stomp in the puddles on our way to the park, and go down the slide. We can collect water in a sand pail and pour it on each other.

Can we sit on a bench and kiss passionately? Will you stare at my wet front and try to feel me up? Will you chase me when I get up and run away giggling? When you catch me, will you pull me to you in a fury, and silence my laughter with seductive, scandalous, erotic words across my flesh?

The symphony's finale belongs to us. The heat of our kiss will dissipate the last drop of rain, as the birds continue their melodious song, and the air gently stirs once more with the sweet fragrance of thirst-quenched life.


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Reviewed by Joy Hale
A delicious romp through the lives of ones who welcome the coming of a storm while sensuously beginning their own storm of seduction.
A delicious read, well done. Joy L. Hale
Reviewed by SilverCeltic Moon
Great! Don't we all want to have fun with the one with whom we love passionately? I do!
Reviewed by TJ Van Guilder
Innocence to sexual frolicking allowing the degree of outcome to be witnessed by only the limitations of our own imagination.
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader)
Sensual and beautiful. Soft, lovely. Floria
Reviewed by Alpha Woman (Reader)
..felt like splashing along!
Reviewed by Alpha Woman (Reader)
great images and very beautiful
Reviewed by Melissa Rives
Beautifully spoken!!!!!
Reviewed by Masarat Daud (Reader)
Lovely piece..!
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Wow! I loved this! Beautiful, sensual and imagery absolutely wonderful!
Reviewed by Caldwell Phillips (Reader)
Sensational & sensual.

Alan & Janet
Reviewed by fancy lady (Reader)
great write...
my child/woman really enjoyed this romp in the rain
Reviewed by Alain Gracio
Lovely write. Smitten by your beautiful write and expression. Truly gifted. Put me right there on the spot.
Cheers
Allain
Reviewed by jude forese
excellent... luv to be rained upon...
Reviewed by Theresa Koch
Sensational~and beautiful~*
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
This writing of yours is wonderfuly written.
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Glad to see you back Marilyn! this is a fantastic write... beautifully descriptive, really enjoyed it
Reviewed by Cathy Montgomery (Reader)
Oh my...you certainly do know "how to turn a phrase"--beautifully written, wonderfully sensual!

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