Sunday, July 3, 2011

Majida

I slept with a most beautiful girl last night. She was absolutely stunning, a real peach with a sweet soft face, entrancing eyes and a warm brown skin. I was head over heels in love from the moment I saw her.

Yes, yes! I know you will say well at your age they all look good, but I knew as soon as she came into the room, then lay down on her bed she was something special. Well she should be seeing what I paid for the privilege!

I loved her snubby little nose and the smooth skin of her arms and when she lay out on the bed she kicked her slip on shoes off and treated me with a look of her perfectly shaped feet and pretty toes.

I settled in beside her and glanced nervously at her drinking in her beauty as she demanded champagne. Within moments an attendant had brought her a glass but I refused one myself, I was drunk enough already with her charms.

And so we settled down for a night of passion…

Alas there was but one little hitch; I was merely a passenger on a plane bound for Kuala Lumpur and she my travelling companion. Our plane was delayed and we didn’t take off till after 11.00 pm and so in the comfort of business class we ate our freshly cooked supper, drank, spoke a few pleasantries and merely went to sleep for the night.

You want to know her name? It was Majida, it means glorious. Just like my dreams that night.

15 comments:

  1. The beauty of stories like this, especially from the viewpoint of knowing where you have been and what you have been doing, is that they leave you tantalisingly wondering - True, or False? But it doesn't matter does it. Damned good read.

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  2. Enjoyed the rhythm of this tale, with the little twist - or hitch - at the end. You wrap it up so nicely with the last paragraph. Nicely done!

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  3. Yes indeed, real or dreamt..it doesn't matter really..I love the intimacy of this voice..it's very fresh..I hope you had good travels..it's very good to have you back..Jae

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  4. This was truly romantic in the best sense of the word. Sounds like Majida made your trip quite the dream! Mine is a different kind of "hitch," but I think you'll appreciate it. Peace, Amy
    http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/07/03/hitch-in-praise-of-alfred-hitchcock/

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  5. I loved this... you wrap tales up so beautifully with your words!

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  6. Very nice! I wager to think it was real.

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  7. Nice job! Great imagery and an ending that was much different then it started...very cool. :)

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  8. That one little hitch. ha ha. (Actually, I thought it was going to be a Spaniel or something until the passion part)

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  9. surprise and surprise,
    a sweet turn in the story, wonderful!

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  10. Unrequited love! Some hitch! Thank you.

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  11. I loved the imagery and the twist in the tale. Very nicely told. :-)

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  12. A romantic on the airplane. What pleasant energy to share on the flight.

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  13. Very nice and poetic. Enjoyed it thoroughly.

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  14. Lovely description- and a cute ending! I'm glad to see this scribble!

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  15. Sometimes the dreaming is better than what might have really been.

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