Feb 262014



20140226-164015.jpg“Onomatopoeia is a word as hard to spell as it is to decipher your sounds. A quick “ha” of indrawn breath, a murmur or mutter. I know the purr means right there. But the whimper could mean more than one. I love your groan as I flick your clit, and howl when you slap – I prefer your moan. Let me lap at your cream to get that noise.”

***Blacksilk began this short story scheme on a sticky  note. Taking a cue from her, I asked one of my friends to give me a word. Onomatopoeia he replied. I pretty sure I did an eye roll before I began writing. I typed simply because my writing is horrific and may need a translation. I haven’t edited.

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  2 Responses to “Very Short Stories: Onomatopoeia”

  1. My writing is far worse!

    But great little piece of fiction! 🙂

  2. […] also have the title Very Short Stories: Onomatopoeia so finding us this way makes quite a bit of sense as well. I’ll focus in on this search […]

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