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The Flowering Arch
     

The Flowering Arch

by Amicus
 

DESCRIPTION:
Working for a newspaper in a small southern town to be near his children and grandchildren, a man with grey in his hair, makes his twice weekly slow walk to the local market. He pauses to rest at a vacant lot behind an old abandoned church where a stone bench gives him a place to pause. As he turns the corner around the church, a vision meets his

Overview

DESCRIPTION:
Working for a newspaper in a small southern town to be near his children and grandchildren, a man with grey in his hair, makes his twice weekly slow walk to the local market. He pauses to rest at a vacant lot behind an old abandoned church where a stone bench gives him a place to pause. As he turns the corner around the church, a vision meets his eyes and he shakes his head, thinking he must be dreaming. He is not. Dressed all in white, a long flowing dress, looking like a Princess of yore, she is waiting, waiting just for him. Why? Why him? Who is she? What does she want? She takes his breath away when she tells him. The man is never given a name, he is in his late 40’s, grey in his temples tall and thin, proud, erect and stubborn, but kind and gentle.

EXCERPT:
“Uh, have you kissed a lot of girls and had it go all crazy like that before?”

I smiled but didn’t look at her. “Not many. I think it is not that intense with most people but I really don’t know.”

“God. I am only now breathing about normal and I was tingling all over and I can still feel where you touched me.”

“I’m sorry. I should not have touched you that way.”

“Oh! But I wanted you too! I had no idea what was happening but I didn’t want it to stop, I just wanted more and more and …oh…oh, my!”

She turned to me and pulled my head around. “Did you feel that way too? Like you didn’t want to stop but wanted more and more? Oh!”

I knew she saw the color rise to my face. I tried to turn away but she kept her hand there.

She blushed then and turned away. “I knew you weren’t just pretending to kiss me when it got crazy; I knew you were feeling it too. I, uh, ah, I felt you hard against my leg and for a moment I had no idea…”

“Sorry.”

She stayed silent and quiet. Not moving but breathing a little more deeply. I tried not to look at her.

“What if we hadn’t stopped?”

Her voice was barely a whisper and I didn’t know what, if anything, I wanted to say. “Worst case I guess, I go to jail for corrupting a minor and you get pregnant.”
I heard her sharp intake of breath and I could hear in her voice when she spoke, a regained self confidence.

“I am not as young as I look today or you think I am and my mother for some reason, I think she didn’t know what I might do, had me on contraceptive pills years ago. So there!”

I turned and smiled at her and confirmed by the look on her face that she was pretty much back in control of her thoughts and her quick, oh, so quick, mind. I saw a look and then she turned and looked all around, just as I had before I put my hands around her waist. And then she looked back at me and I saw another look.

“Don’t even tell me what you are thinking.”

“No one ever comes back here. You are the only person in years I have seen here, no one can see us.” She paused and I could feel her mind working. “If I wanted to and you wanted to, what would be wrong about that?”

I gave her a hard look, deep into her eyes and watched as she tried to read the look. I wanted to watch her reaction. “Take your panties off.”

I had to chuckle as her mouth and eyes opened wide and she gasped at my words. Her face turned pink then white then dark red. “I am teasing you. I wanted to see the look on your face. You didn’t disappoint me.”

Then she glared at me. “You think I won’t?”

Product Details

BN ID:
2940151836074
Publisher:
Lot's Cave, Inc.
Publication date:
03/24/2015
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
285 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

A new and different look at the Amicus, John Cole, former radio announcer and newspaper reporter…. and… father… which is why… A recent family reunion of fifteen grandchildren, eight boys, seven girls, reminds me of what life is all about. I have had a life many would aspire to, ran from an abusive step father at age twelve, joined the US Navy at seventeen, married at eighteen, a baby girl at nineteen. Toured Europe on a motorcycle, thus, “Natasha”, let Miss Canada drive my ‘57 T-Bird, the one with t hr port-holes, drove my little girl around in a ’58 Austin-Healy Mk 3000. Interviewed Joan Baez... Had Don Ho and his band as guests on my radio program many times. Built and sailed a boat from Miami into the Caribbean, cut down 1400 trees with a 32” Stihl saw as a logger and cut beef as a butcher… Been to Alaska, loved a Canadian girl and served fifteen months in Goose Bay, Labrador as an Air Force communications supervisor. But my six children have proven to be the greatest delight of all… hi guys… I have some life to share with you… Got arrested, along with a nineteen year old co-ed from the University of Hawaii, for painting a Pink line down the main street of Waikiki on St. Patrick’s day… Judge said had we painted it green… I loved my work as a DJ and radio and television talk show host, loved even more the newspaper reporting for high school sports, and play by play game broadcasting… and now I write naughty stories about all the girls I met and then some… in the hope of entertaining you for a while…

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