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O’Malley’s Love Bug
by Bonnie May
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WOW, our O'Malley had a big surprise waiting at his swimming hole...I wonder who sent this surprise????


 

O’Malley’s Love Bug
 
 
O’Malley awoke and was headed for his beloved bathing stream.
As he got closer he heard a woman sing and then let out a scream.
He dropped his towel in front of him from pure unadulterated shock.
For right in front of him stood a beautiful Nymph sitting by the dock.
 
She was the most beautiful Nymph O’Malley had ever seen.
She was nude from bathing, and her body was wet and gleamed.
He couldn’t turn away from looking no matter how hard he tried.
So he just stood there, as the Nymph slowly toweled and dried.
 
“Excuse me,” ” said the Nymph, Can’t you see I’m bathing?
 And the looks she gave him were nothing but scathing.
“Oh, I’m sorry,” I didn’t expect anyone to be in my stream.
I was so shocked and horrified when I heard your scream.
 
“Well, could you turn around so I can get dressed at least?”
So O’Malley did what she requested for he wasn’t a beast.
When she was done, she walked to O’Malley who was just standing there.
“My name is Tessa and this kind of stream is so beautifully rare.”
 
“I’m sorry if I intruded on your private beautiful bathing stream.”
“Is there anyway I can pay you for my bath, can I be redeemed?”
“Oh, don’t worry about it Tessa, you just startled me that’s all.”
“I’m glad you enjoyed your bath, if you do it again, just give me a call.”
 
“My name is O’Malley and I live right here by the old rock.”
“Just stop by and tell me because I don’t have a phone or a clock.”
“You are so kind O’Malley and I might just take you up on that.”
“For I don’t have a place to live and I’ll stop by soon and we’ll have a chat.”
 
O’Malley was in a daze and struck by the love bug that is for sure.
And he realized, for him there wouldn’t be any quick cure.
So the rest of the day he thought about his beloved swimming hole.
And of course the Nymph he saw there and the love bug took its toll.
 
Written, by
Bonnie May
 
 


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Reviewed by Jon Willey
"nude, her body was wet and gleaming", there is a line to get any man's attention Bonnie -- you can sure spin a mighty fine yarn Bonnie -- peace and love to you -- JMW
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
Hehehehe...evil lurks in Bonnie's mind as always. Love it. Liz
Reviewed by Liana Margiva
Beautiful, like always!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Kenny Baez
Ah, so he's at the swimming pool our O'Malley. He's picked a lovely colleen here, I'd say. When Irish eyes are smiling!
Reviewed by David Delaney
Love this Bonnie, well done.

Dave.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
You never know when you will run into a love bug :) this is great Bonnie!
Love,
Christine
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
My goodness, these tales are such a hoot! O'Malley better watch out....

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by E T Waldron
A well told tale of being struck by the love bug!
Good to see you Bonnie!

Love,
Eileen
Reviewed by Marcia Miller-Twiford
What a fun read this was. Way to go Bonnie!
Hugs,
Marcia
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Don't you git your precious and virginal ears to me lewd brothers because I would git me towel to the nymph too, even if that maike me stark naked meself!

Edvard the Old Geezer

Reviewed by Dale Clark
Boy I wish I had a private bathing stream lol
and about the naked nymph... well ;) Gee the nerve
Too funny, Bonnie
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Wow, where did O'Malley find HER?? Holysmokes! LOL Looks like he found HIS pot o' gold over the other side of the rainbow! LOL Too cute; well done, Bonnie!~

(((HUGS))), much love, and continued prayers~

As always, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D *still smilin'*
Reviewed by Flying Fox Ted L Glines
Hmmm ... this is the Piney Woods in Texas; lots of streams and brooks and bubbly ponds, and maybe a nympth or two bathing (Just kidding, Patty!!!). Cool stuff, Bonnie :-)

Ted
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
If I came upon a naked ANYTHING I wouldn't be able to control myself, so O'Malley has great control of himself... LOL, Ed
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Oh my..you are so good at making me smile thank you so much..take care sweet lady...Hugss
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Ahhh love strikes easily even if you are a wee fellow of the forest dressed in green...the saga moves on.

hugs
Fee
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Wow, indeed. A naked nymph at the old swimmin hole - would probably give most anyone - The Love Bug!
Reviewed by George Carroll
O'Malley I fear is going to have his hands full with this little Nymph before many days go bye. Watch for Bonnie's next writing, I'm sure it will be a dilly. Your stories are sure captivating and a gas.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Good morning, Bonnie,

What a delightful read to awaken to! O'Malley's in love - good to see! Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
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