Title: Runaway Troubles
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Publisher: Lot’s Cave
Length: 14,487 Words
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She strides confidently into my arms, “Uhm, oh, but I don’t know how to dance?”
I smile down at her, “I am betting you do know how to dance…”
“But I never danced at all before…”
“Take my hand, put your other hand here, feel my hand on your back…”
As I lean slightly forward she steps back and gasps; as I lean to the right, she
moves to her left and wide-
“I don’t believe this, Carly, look! I’m dancing with a man!”
It isn’t perfect, but we danced, almost, until the music stops and I keep my arms around her. Her chest is heaving, her face pink and she is trembling head to toe.
Her eyes go wide again as I run my hands slowly up her back into her hair and gently nudge her forehead to my lips and touch her.
She pulls back… “You kissed me?”
I smile and kiss her cheek and then the other, then her jaw and keep on -
Carly laughs, “He hasn’t even done any thing yet, you silly twit!”
“I can’t get my breath! Here, big sister, you try!”
* * * *
A day goes by, then another and another. I try not to, but I do, walk down the dusty gravel road past their house, listening and looking.
No runaway chickens as an excuse to go there either. I am sad and somehow empty inside. I need to focus and concentrate and put them behind me.
Another day, I get some writing done and some research and some planning; back into my groove, or, rut, more likely. I keep looking for a stray chicken in my garden, but not a thing…
I have the music on; one of the albums Joni liked, Carly liked other things. My
ears perk up and my head turns toward as small, ‘click’, sound outside. Then nothing.
I go back to the keyboard and then the sound comes again, ‘click -
I yawn, stretch and walk to the door; some times a bird makes a sound like that, pecking on the tin roof over the porch. I flip the light on, pull the curtains back and, OH, NO! DAMN!
Joni is curled up on the bottom step hitting a small stone against the concrete, I can see blood on her face from the doorway, GODDAMNIT!
I am quickly by her side, her eyes see me, she closes them and lets her breath flow out slowly. It seems like forever before she inhales, I am scared to the very depths of me.
Springtime in a rural area, it is time to plant a garden but a pesky rooster on the
loose is pecking at newly planted seeds. A shy young girl in cut-
eBook TAGS Older Man, Barely Legal Young Girls, Straight Sex, Mild Girl on Girl, Action Romance