iWebmistress by iDrew

she moved through the darkness a spider bridging the gap between her past and her present ; a history of kisses coded in love letters ; a physiogomy she’d casually dismissed >
silently with delicate silken threads

untied undone

flavours of her flesh ; glimpsed in a blink from the hunter’s moon wink to see the top of her thigh ; a lithe arm reaching up high through the undertone to her star adorned head

untied undone

her hair raining golden curls over her shoulders into a full scale cascade tumbling down her back > splash! splash! against the thick essence of her aura ; the glare of longing had been lit in her eyes

untied undone

her legs from gravity ; she fell into the white lace duvet clouds ; the bed a perfume mist canopy ready to create a womb as muslin curtains billow like storms dancing in and out the open windows > she moved through the darkness a spider waiting patiently for supper

come to my bed said the spider girl to the fly boy

(( this is a trap )) he said

tried to make it to the door but he became tangled in the tempest of muslin ; it wrapped around him and around him and around him until he was tied up in her kiss and (( now we should get wed )) she said (( and i will wear white and diamond stars and to the peel of church bells you’ll be served on a bed of flies with a fork and a knife  ))

and gave him a silk smile

..

Writing under the name of iDrew to co-ordinate with her titles, Essex girl Drew has previously been published in many magazines.  She enjoys shopping, boys and clubs but claims these are all merely research for her writing.   She is one of the founding members of the Clueless Collective to be found at:  www.cluelesscollective.co.uk

 

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