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Friday, October 1, 2010

Friday Flash Fiction: Back on Track

She struggles constantly to stay on track, to be a good girl even in lace, even without panties. But even she is at times pushed off kilter.

Like when she met him, that scalawag with charisma the magnetism of iron and breath the cold deadness of steel. On that first night, when he approached, she heard the clangor and whistle of a steam engine. He knocked her off her course. On the second night, she invited him home without inhibition.

She wore her lace for him, without panties. She reclined on the bed and opened her long, smooth legs, casting her scent. And he did feed. As he bared himself, she widened her legs fully, her gaping, dripping sex screaming for him. And he breached with the force of a locomotive. In and out he cycled, stoking the fire in her belly all night long.

But it was a coal fire, the kind that once spent leaves only coldness and soot. He's beyond the horizon; yet she stands. Weakness for her is fleeting. Now, in a golden haze of a new morning, she again treads carefully. Still in lace, still without panties, but again in balance as she advances.

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Here was this week's prompt:
Your challenge for this Friday, 10-1-10, is to use the photo above to
write a flash fiction of 150-200 words. Here, also, is a phrase for
you to use in your submission: "...in a golden haze..."
Image courtesy of Igor Shitikov, via Erotic Flash Fiction.


  1. Masterfully done, every word placed just so, intricately linked to create a filigreed work of art. Your contributions are always a cut above the average and I think this one is my favorite of the week, with Lexi's close behind.

    Thanks as always for joining us!

    -- PB

  2. Interesting symbolism. Nice story.

  3. Well done. Loved the locomotive sex description.

  4. Nope, mine is not close behind. I've got nothing to say because I'm pretty much knocked speechless. No offense to the rest of us, but this wins. The coal fire part might be my favorite bit, but that's like picking out platinum from a pile of gold.

  5. Thank you, PB! I'm very glad you liked it. And thank you for the new word: "filigree". I always love new words. And Lexi's being modest, hers was awesome this week.

    Thank you, BT! I was actually a little worried that I went overboard on the train and tracks symbolism, but there is just so much to work with there.

    Thank you, Slowburn and welcome! I'm very glad you enjoyed the story and I hope you enjoy the rest of the site as well.

    Thank you, Rozewolf! Somehow, I see big, heavy, iron, gear-and-shaft-filled machinery as having sexual connotations. Go figure. ;)

    Thank you, Lexi! You're going to give me a big head , though. Seriously, thank you very much for your words of encouragement.

  6. Seriously, this is really great FFF!

  7. Thank you, Drenchxoxo and Spring Flower, and welcome to the site! I'm very glad you enjoyed and I hope that you will return.

  8. *Oh, yes. Masterfully written.

  9. Thanks, Anonymous! I'm glad you enjoyed it.

  10. Breathtaking.

    Your writing is always wonderful, but sometimes you exceed my expectations, Dioneo.
    Favorite line of the week: 'stoking the fire in her belly all night long'. : )

  11. Thank you, R! That's very nice of you to say. That line was one of my favorites too. It was one of the first things I thought of when thinking about the train metaphor.