Six Sentence Sunday 16

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Last week from Coffeehouse Play we looked at the POV of the sexy handsome stranger after he had waved to Anna. When she was suddenly standing next to him at the counter, he had realised there was no fighting his feelings, he wasn’t going to let her go.


Confused by the mix of his fantasies and now this overwhelming feeling it was becoming a reality, he was struggling to find the right words. Mesmerized by her features, her big brown eyes, sparklingly with excitement, and as if in slow motion, she moistened her bottom lip, biting it. Struggling against his urge to pull her into a tight embrace and finally feel her lips on his, he got lost in thoughts of how to seduce her, how to peel away her clothes, to expose her beauty, her naked flesh for him to admire and explore alone.

‘I’d really like to know if you’d be available for dinner one night?,’ she barely managed in a nervous whisper, ‘but only if it’s appropriate to ask.’
‘Appropriate!’ He thought..far more appropriate than what he’d just been thinking.


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Photo by Helmet Newton

I’m looking forward to next week and presenting another six more of Coffeehouse Play,. Take Care and Play and Stay Safe.

55 thoughts on “Six Sentence Sunday 16”

  1. GREAT last line–made me laugh. Well done–and now I need to go to my favorite Peets and ask that delicious man (the one I’ve been thinking about for over a year) if he’d like to go out. . . .

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