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Lonely Girl
By Chessly Lynn Nesci
Friday, January 29, 2010

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The night was a dream made in heaven and kept the lonely girl from being lonely. Her dreams of passion and desire filled the emptiness she feels in her real world. ~Peace~

                 ~LONELY GIRL~ 



 There once was a very Lonely Girl. All she wanted to do was escape into a world of her own creating anything her heart desired.  She was beautiful and had a perfect life inside of her head. She didn’t need the outside world anymore. Her world was much more exciting as she saw herself in a different time and place. She could do anything and everything in her mind. Today she escaped to a tropical island with Jamaican music and exotic drinks to start her adventure. She was excited to feel the warm sun and drink every beverage around. After reading an extremely juicy novel and feeling no pain she went for a walk on the beach. The sun was hot and the sky was crystal clear.


She started to get a little dizzy and decided to take a rest. When she woke up she immediately noticed a very handsome guy with light blonde hair and blue eyes. They were the same color as the sky and perched her soul with lust and desire. She made eye contact with him and almost lost it.  Her heart was beating so loudly she was sure everyone heard. The sweat started to drip from her forehead as he approached her. As he got closer she started to hyperventilate.  After talking and gazing into each others eyes for hours they kissed. Both of them knew that before the evening was over they would hook up. The electricity continued into the night, and they got totally smashed.


It was the yummy blue drinks that did her in. She wasn’t shy anymore. In fact, all she thought about was jumping this sexy man’s bones. When they got back out to the beach it was 3a.m and everyone was in bed for the night. The handsome gentlemen grabbed her body and pulled her close feeling her heart pounding out of her chest. They kissed and fireworks went off inside of them. After locking lips for many hours the love birds sat down on the beach and watched the waves roll in. The lonely girl and her lover snuggled together in front of a fire looking passionately into each others eyes. After feeling the warmth of the fire they decided to skinny dip.


Her lover picked her up and threw her in the water. Then he tossed her clothes on the shore not thinking they would drift out to sea.  They attacked each other all night long making love in the ocean six times. They felt like teenage kids on a first date. After there amazing love affair they crashed on the beach. When the sun came up the love birds noticed they were naked.  They were at a public beach and not a nude beach. Everyone was staring at the love birds in their birthday suits. The lonely girl looked everywhere for her clothes. Finally, a nice lady gave her a towel to cover up her birthday suit that the world saw that sunny morning.  The two love birds said goodbye to each other, and the Lonely Girl went back to reality.


Her night was a dream made in heaven. Everything happened the way she imagined it. Her dreams of passion and desire filled the emptiness she feels in her real world.  ~Peace~







© Copyright 2010 Chessly Lynn Nesci





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Reviewed by J. Roseline 11/27/2014
A nice write, everybody enjoyed her dream, the writer, the girl and most of all the readers!!!j roseline
Reviewed by juanita kennedy 11/23/2010
i absolutely adore lonely girl.
Reviewed by Donan Berg 7/20/2010
Not your best. Linking, not active verbs, i.e., "was" and tell, not showing decriptions. Hate to be critical, but such comments have helped me.
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 7/20/2010

How sad for the girl it was only a dream. At least she had the night to remember, even though it wasn't real.

Reviewed by Michael Eads 3/23/2010
It is unfortunate they made love in the ocean, for the ocean has no memory.
Reviewed by nancy taylor 1/31/2010
This was a beautiful story, realistic but sad. Nesci has a uniqueness to her stories which I enjoy personally enjoy, and what should be extremely appealing to her readers. In most of her work, she blurs the line between what is reality for her characters and what is fantasy. What Chessly Nesci is establishing is her own unique style of writing, which should build a large fan base among young adult readers. Her style allows the reader to ponder the story in their mind and chose what they want a certain event in the story to be: reality or fantasy.

I'm also thrilled to see how much this writer has progressed. I sincerely believe Chessly Nesci could publish a line of young adult novels if she would discipline herself to take each story to a two to three hundred page level. She's certainly prolific enough to make that a reality! Bravo, Chessly Nesci.

Nancy Taylor Rosenberg
Reviewed by TONY NERONE 1/30/2010
Hi Chessly, It is my supreme pleasure to read YOU again. I liked this story of a lonely girl lovely dreams. Stay sweet.

God Bless
Reviewed by John Domino 1/30/2010
Yes, this kinda happened to us (my wife and I when we first met). But it was a much more gentle and lovely affair and we had no audience. What a great memory!
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/29/2010
There are dreams that I have that I'd like not to wake up from. Nicely done, Chessly. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 1/29/2010
Sometimes dreams do come true. It did for the lonely girl.

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