3/31/13 WEWRIWA

Happy Holiday to friends new and old. I’ve come close to The End of my senior romance, loving the comments and critique of WEWRIWA. Thank you.

excerpt in eight:

He literally swept me off my feet that afternoon, carrying me over the threshold to his spacious condominium. Collin kicked open the door to heaven. The king size bed beckoned and with great care, geriatric gymnastics began. Along with pleasurable moans came groans and does this hurt and let’s try this instead, with a propping of pillows here and there, we managed to complete what in the old days was uncomplicated and now. . .well, we held hands still naked and delighted not to have further damaged each other.

Eyelids drooping from pleasure and exhaustion, I heard Collin say,“Let’s elope, Kelly.”

I giggled and said, “So you can make an honest woman of me?”

“There’s no time to waste since we’re alive in the twilight of our lives.”

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38 thoughts on “3/31/13 WEWRIWA

  1. “Along with pleasurable moans came groans and does this hurt and let’s try this instead, with a propping of pillows here and there, we managed to complete what in the old days was uncomplicated and now. . .well, we held hands still naked and delighted not to have further damaged each other.”

    Great sentence.

  2. I love this story. I’m not in the twilight of my years but I can see them from here and it’s heartening to know someone is writing about this subject matter. We all get old but we also never outlive the need to feel close to someone in every way. Kudos. Great 8.

  3. I like the realism in this snippet – it does get a little more complicated as we get older. 😀 Good snippet, Charmaine. Happy Easter. 🙂

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