Sunday, 16 August 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors #119

 
Hi and welcome to this week's eight sentences. I've been away for a few weeks but hopefully you'll remember!Here's the next eight from 'Dancing for the Boys' enjoy!:
   MY EIGHT


The sharp intakes of breath told her they liked what they saw. Tanya pulled herself to 'chopsticks', a deliciously stretched position that showed the tightness of the Lycra across her outlined sex. With one leg raised she held one ankle leaving the other to hook and cling to the pole. The track changed and with a wry smile she changed her rhythm to match ‘Lick’ by Joi. It was so hot, so dirty and so very fitting. Tanya caressed the pole; she teased it twisting her body around every part of its shiny length. To her the audience was no longer there, it was just Tanya and the pole in perfect harmony.
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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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9 comments:

  1. Tanya's really getting into her work in this scene, so it's not just about the money. Great eight!

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  2. And what does the man think? I've been wondering what and why all this time. Gemma, this is one gorgeous story.

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  3. I enjoyed getting to see how much she loves her work! Lovely imagery.

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  4. Like Charmaine, I want to know what the guy's thinking.

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  5. Sounds like she knows her stuff--the question is, does the man she's really dancing for appreciate it?

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  6. I've missed this story, excellent description of the dancer's perspective!

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