Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Theme 24 - 2014 - Covet

From @RootKanal: 

I glanced at him. He had eyes just for me. We were lost looking at each other as the sun went down and rose again several times over. Then, a shadow whizzed past me and I broke contact, tempted by the unknown. I coveted the darkness while he stood in the shadows, waiting for me.

From @aalfpaayil: 

There was a knock on the door.

John. Her friend’s husband. She desired him with every cell of her being. She knew he wanted it as much as she did.

“You left your phone at our place,” he gave it to her.

His hand brushed hers and in that one insane moment of temptation, they lost all control and gave in to their primal urges.

From @PoisonAavi: 

"He was irresistible. Dark, strong and delicious. Preeti could barely contain herself; his mere presence at the table was intoxicating. She wanted to wake up to him every morning.

But, he belonged to her best friend Anita. Alas, she sighed, going back to her tea. Anita’s coffee was Preeti’s only to covet, never to drink."

From @zoarcher: 

Wishes make people do the absurd. Like, casting a Rs. 100 note in the so-called blessed 'Wishing Well'. People came in droves, every day. And when night fell, Ravi dived in to retrieve the day's collection from the secret box he had built in. With this plan, his deepest desire to make easy money came true.

From @hinnaz: 

It was the same routine as always,
A take away coffee, and a donut to eat here.
He waited for these 10 minutes every day.
As usual she looked up smiled at him and went back to licking her fingers.
The dream lived on, she would be his one day.
He only had to ask.

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