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The start of something
By Deborah Richards
Saturday, July 09, 2005

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The start of something

all eyes where on the man in the window, his masculine body spoke for itself, his display of want as he looked at each an every woman that stood before him, his gaze told us a story something to contemplate in our minds as the roll play of him became a lead story, a role that took our imaginations to another place in time, his lips kissed us all, in more ways then one, the breeze of his breath brought chills to our spins, as we all where amazed by the torture he gave us without a touch,

He had our attention, his words whisper passion, where passion was never given, his charm, his resistance said sex appeal, and he ate at each sentence, as we feed into the hunger that filled appetites,

Nothing touched us more in life then this, we where house wives with too much leisure time on hand, one man standing took moments away from us, we forgot all problems, ignored the truth, that seduced us all, each one looking at each other for just seconds, wondered what the other one was thinking, benign the first was our goal, we where women at loose, acting like teenagers he gave us that, brought that to life in us all, I could see my bed room filled with images of him as I made love to my man, his beastly eyes was all we ever wanted,

To feel needed, wanted, to go the distance we love making, to seduce with just a look, to know someone wanted us in that way was more then our bodies could stand, we where weak, insisted by this man that stood in the window, seconds pasted where it seemed liked minutes, he took a moment which gave us a memory.

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