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This is a small piece of flash fiction. I realise it's been a while since posting a good story but bare with me, I'm waiting for something good to post!

Submitted:Nov 4, 2008    Reads: 329    Comments: 5    Likes: 4   

Lucy dipped her chocolate biscuit and quickly took it to her mouth before it had time to fall apart, an act that had been mastered for the forth time that evening. Making little sounds of pleaser she licked her lips and looked over her steaming mug to find two adoring hazel coloured eyes watching her. Lucy felt her stomach wilt at the sight and lowered the mug. "That's it, I must not eat any more!" she insisted, knowing to well she'd been indulging too much over the past the week.

"Don't be silly! Have as many as you like!" the voice of reason offered somewhat orderly and made for the packet.

It had been a long night without the simple pleasures of electricity, seven hours to be exact but the other woman had not given in until deciding to set a good example by doing just that. Without hesitation her fingers pinched a biscuit from the top and lifted it out. Her hazel eyes now stolen by its soft brown coat seemingly caressed it as it took flight toward her parted lips. She wasn't sure what to do with it first, its soft brown coat looked good enough to lick but to bite it as Lucy had done seemed more advisable.

Lucy licked her lips and watched those eyelids close as the object of desire broke into her mouth. She searched her face when the pleaser washed over her friend causing her to hum at the taste. Eyelids opened and flashed back and forth from Lucy to the delight half eaten and melting between her digits.

"How was it?" Lucy teased.

"Bloody lovely!" she mused with a chuckle and took another bite this time not taking her eyes off of her.

A half hour later the lights flickered on as the power returned in the building. There in the kitchen the packet of chocolate biscuits and two mugs half full with lukewarm tea sat on the table, and beside it two empty seats.

There in the next room Lucy looked up into those warm hazel eyes as the other woman breathed against her cheek, "So much for not indulging!" she laughed, knowing to well that it wouldn't be the last time!


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