erotica flash fiction
She was looking at me.
I couldn’t place the look. It was sadness and,… desperation. Her green eyes seemed lost.
I stepped closer without realising, my instinct taking over. I didn’t breathe again until I felt her hand on my chest. She was trembling.
She drew back and opened the phone booth door, stepping inside and turning, her hands pressing white against the glass. I didn’t understand. Not until I saw the photograph crushed in her palm.
The picture showed a booth identical to this, steamed from within – a wet hand print on the glass.
She lifted her skirt.
(c) Tim Austin 2016. Image by Joe deSousa via Unsplash.
Another decidedly NSFW story today. No, I don’t know where the image came from. But if you want to throw me another title that piques an erotic image in your head, go ahead: pop the word in the comments section or tweet it to me @ using the hashtag #OWOS.
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Hannah’s breath caught in her chest, stilled for a moment as she trembled in the darkness.
Once again her lips were parted by cool flesh, a berry gliding between and tracing against her teeth. She opened her mouth: a begging acceptance. The cold of the fruit mixed with sudden hot breath against her neck. Her eyelids fluttered.
There was a gentle smack against her naked thigh.
“No, Hannah. Eyes closed.” His voice was a low purr.
A shiver ran through her flesh, her mind swimming, her senses swamped by sensation.
The fruit was pulled away.
“Open you legs.”
(c) Tim Austin 2016. Promo image by Roksolana Zasiadko via Unsplash.
Okay, this one probably counts as NSFW!
The first erotic short story on the One Word One Story blog. I had actually written one for “Breath” but it was a bit,… much. Enjoy!
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