This week’s prompts are at the bottom. The story below was written only for practice, because practice is what makes perfect. It is also rated M for Mature and is recommended for mature readers only. This post contains no graphic violence or strong language, but there may be brief nudity or running with scissors. If you are offended by such things skip directly to the bottom of the page, where this week’ prompts can be found.
Akira crouched at the edge of the forest and watched the girl disrobing at the edge of the pond.
First, she spread a silken cloth on the large stone and sat atop it.
Then, she glanced around as if searching for anyone who might have followed her, to watch her bathe.
Satisfied, she dropped her robes behind her and revealed bare shoulders, pale as alabaster, which seemed to shine with reflections of the dappled sunlight. Her breasts were small and firm.
The cast of her skin contrasted ever so slightly against the limpid waters of the pool that glowed in the evening light like the colour of weak tea.
Removing the combs from her hair she shook the long dark locks free and smoothed them down her back.
She was obviously a servant girl as her feet had never been bound.
Akira thought she was beautiful, nonetheless.
She rose from the robe that lay on the rock and hobbled toward the pond, faltering unsteadily as she picked her way across the pebbles at the edge of the water and waded in.
The bottom dropped quickly at this edge of the pool and she was soon knee deep, a few more steps and the water level lapped the curved crease at the bottom of her buttocks.
Akira was aroused and boldly stood to make his way from the wood to the cobbled shoreline.
He stopped to watch from behind as she splashed water onto her arms and face.
“You there, in the water!” he finally shouted.
She stood tall and turned to look at him unabashedly. “Me, sir?” she replied.
This week’s prompts are:
- covered with glitter
- playing pirates
- life can end in the middle of a sentence
Go ahead and dive in, set your imagination free!
Ready, Set, Go – you have 25 minutes, but if that is not possible, take as long as you need.