Sunday, 21 June 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors #117

 

Hi and welcome to this week's eight sentences. 
I'm continuing with the next eight from 'Dancing for the Boys' enjoy!:                                           
   MY EIGHT 


It was just another gig, she told herself as she stretched her body and breathed in the beautiful contours that were shown in all their glory by the tight, tight Lycra. Tanya knew she was sexy; she wiggled her butt and pouted at the mirror psyching herself up to feel sexually uninhibited until she was  ready. Bring it on, she told herself. The thud of a baseline told her James had provided the music and she waited for the knock she knew was seconds away. When it came she strolled deliberately slowly through the door and up onto the stage. There were around eight men seated as far as she could see but Tanya was in the zone, closing her mind to all of them, feeling the beat through her body and eyeing the pole as if it were a lover.
She recognised the song, dirty and explicit just how she felt right now. ‘Play’ by David Banner filled the small room.                                                                                               *************
David Banner Play
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Who doesn’t love to dance? Who doesn’t love to tease the men watching, willing them to notice and lust after your body? What would you do if you were given the chance to perform before a group of appreciative gentlemen for a large amount of money? The latest release from the pen of Gemma Parkes combines two stories of exotic dancing and what it means to two women when they truly perform.

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12 comments:

  1. She is asking for big trouble, this lovely woman. Beautiful writing, Gemma.

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  2. I love how deep you put us in her point of view. I'm right there with her waiting for that moment. Tremendous writing. I hope she is safe;).

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    1. Thanks Tina! Don't worry about her, he's not as scary as he seems.

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  3. I bet she's going to knock their socks off!

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    1. Thanks Caitlin - she'll certainly try!

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  4. I bet she'll really impress them. It might be just another gig, but she seems like she approaches dancing as more than just a mindless job.

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  5. I agree with Charmaine. I'm worried about her.

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  6. You can tell she is a professional and in the zone. Theatre is all about that and this form of dancing is a performance above all. Can't wait to see what happens, because this feels like a lead in to something more. Looking forward to it!

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  7. Fabulous how you caught her getting ready to perform. Great 8.

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  8. Love how you put us in he mind and what she's thinking. Great snippet.

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  9. I like the levels of feeling and "unfeeling" you show here. Tanya's got her mind on the job, but I hope being in the zone doesn't lead her to getting hurt too.

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