Apologise

It wasn’t guilt that that caused this revelation, or being caught, it just felt that I should, you know, ‘do the right thing.’  Although, I really didn’t give a fuck if I was honest. The charge that ran through my body was far too strong to worry about apologises. We had been invited round to […]

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The Red Assassin

The morning mist still clung to the hills and spilled down to the lake. The sun was rising and as the chill started to depart from the air, he shivered. Inside the hut another man traced the curves of the woman lying next to him with his eyes. The world was silent and cool from […]

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Angry Voice

If he had been at home he would have heard the front door slam with the effect of a gunshot, and through the broken glass panel the sound of an angry voice. “Fuuuck you arsehole!” But he wasn’t at home, he was at work, and by the time he did make to his flat the […]

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The Digger’s Kiss

The heat, silence and darkness pushed upon them with equal force. It wrapped around them like a hot wet blanket, stuck to their naked bodies like a second suffocating skin.  Eighty feet above them lay the broken bodies of men amongst the shattered picket posts and barbed wire. The guns could still be heard this […]

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Miss Otis Regrets..

He had visited the town library four times in a week before things escalated. Each time he waited in the wings until she was free, before handing back previously loaned books, and signing out new ones. She admitted to feeling rather taken by his appearance and manner at the time, but also very conscious that […]

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The Fear In Me

My biggest fear is the death of one of my children. Even writing such a thing upsets me. The weight of such a terrible reality would crush me beyond recognition. I cannot comprehend how I would react upon a visit from the police, or someone from the military.  How do people cope?  I am not […]

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Out In The Cold

Gerry’s life was busy. Not just in the conventional sense with family, work and bills. Gerry was what is commonly referred to as ‘a player.’  If he were a woman he would be called something derogatory for sure, but being a man he was exempt from all of that kind of thing.  His family consisted […]

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Don’t Tell Tales Out Of School

When the email arrived in his inbox offering parent tuition to support students in their homework, his immediate reaction was to just delete it; and so he did – ‘click’ went the mouse.  The day was far too busy to be taking on more time-consuming activities. Ironically he had a parent’s evening tonight at 5.30pm.  Could […]

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Beyond Sight And Sound

It wasn’t always like this, the darkness and the silence.  There was a time when his world was full of sound and vivid colours, all of which were taken for granted.  That was before the blast that ripped through the shopping centre, tearing away his sight and blowing away his hearing.  He imagined that people […]

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Fantasy Raffle

10 – Write me a fantasy to carry me away to an erotic land!  This is something that we tried last year in the D/s advent calendar for 2017 and so we thought that it would be nice to give it a go again. And as fantasy tends to turn into reality with us, this […]

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