|Star Specks Hill (standard:poetry, 386 words)|
|Author: Spotlight||Added: Feb 21 2001||Views/Reads: 3206/1828||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|un-love and a cold night on a hill... my first upload... wooo...|
Star Specks Hill by Spotlight The night, a flashing moon over my shoulder, held my shirt tight against her chest. Why had I picked a secluded spot, out here in the woods, by the dirt road where hunters were seen spotting deer, none coming tonight, the stars in the sky shining like little pinhole cameras? She wasn't naked; I was neither naked nor in the mood to be naked, and stars keeping me related to my speck-like existance, and her talking in a dull monotonous breath, covers over her shoulders lying beside me, arms around my chest. How many times did we do this on a saturday night in the middle of the summer, then naked, then restless, me with a boner, and her always cold and hugging close, and the stars above? I wonder if people came here before us taking away the purpose, hugging into night, two stars of a show they are playing in for themselves, shining inside each other, trees to the side, and the whole area beginning to burn like coals in the ground, rising heat as we lay together, aroused. She wasn't content, or I say it because I wasn't content with her and lying down beside her left no stirring inside me, wind chilling me being cold and only wanting to shiver beside her for warmth not love. I could dream of burning, trees of mudslides taking away this enchanted place where the grass is wet, and sliding away leaving brown and black ash, sliding down, sliding away out from under the sheets and off the cliff next to the mountain in the distance. Purple. Black on purple, sky and stars and her and me and now it wasn't only that it was friends and others Click here to read the rest of this story (34 more lines)
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