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Judith Gayle Smith

So white, so pure - so untouched. The "artistically" cluttered, overdone pillow-strewn bed almost engulfed her exquisite, lithe, athletic supine form. Eyes heavy lidded, shell-pink ears closed to the slightest whisper - she did not feel me quietly steal to where she lay bathed in the glories of morning gold streaming through the dusky rose blinds. Wrestling with my soul, I crept softly, delicately across the wide expanse of rose-strewn bedspread, intent on taking her unaware. A slight twitch - did she sense my presence? Quietly now! Don't stir...

Her untouched youth drew me in. Her innocence hypnotized me. She lay so at peace, so trusting - fearing nothing - in dreams that pleasured her. Carefully, oh so tenderly, I put my cheek upon her soft white belly, breathing in her clean sweet scent - my senses reeling with the incredible nearness and boldness of my eagerness for her. She stirred - half opening her mesmerizing golden eyes, and seeing me - let out a delicious purr of pure feline satisfaction! I kept myself very still, waiting. She delicately reached for my face, holding me gently as she dreamily stretched into her awakening...

Then, almost insane with her joy, she covered my face and neck with kisses - some almost painful in her excitement at seeing me! I endured this pleasure far more than I thought possible. Her gentleness. Her eagerness!

Suddenly her loving caresses turned aggressive - her rough kisses turned to loving nibbles, then bites. Her soft touches revealed claws. Her gold eyes eclipsed to blackness as her pupils engorged! Fully awake now, she become the true tigress - the gorgeous ferocious aggressor - growling her pleasure! And I? Her most delightful and willing victim! We passionately wrestled for some time - then suddenly she slapped my grinning face and almost flew from me as she first sensed, then heard and then espied an intruder!

Laddie, ever intrigued by all the soft noises and giggles, thrust his big shaggy head upon our now thoroughly disheveled bed. Curious, albeit jealous, he interrupted our play. Sighing, I realized that my time with Fifi had been cut short. I reluctantly arose to take Laddie outside for his exercise.

Fifi, ever unsatisfied, always insatiable, wanting more from me than I could possibly give her, curled sinuously about my feet - begging me stay and play! I knelt, swiftly scooping her up - burying my face once again in her incredibly soft white tummy - relishing her loud purrs as she reached up soft paws to again "sandpaper" my face in her joy...

I Timothy 3:16 "And without controversy great is the mystery of Godliness; God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory."

John 15:21 "He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him."

Grace - GOD'S Power!

"Of the merciful kindness by which God, exerting his holy influence upon souls, turns them to Christ, keeps, strengthens, increases them in Christian faith, knowledge, affection, and kindles them to the exercise of the Christian virtues."

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The following comments are for "The Cat's Miaow (a "purrr-fect" title?)"
by royalline

I love cats too.
Yes. A good little scene description. I don't have any cats, but I always enjoy visiting friends who do. I'm not so much a fan of claws, though! :o

Anyway, let me critique the writing... :-)

"...her exquisite, lithe, athletic supine form..." - I thought this phrase was a bit over-described. Too many adjectives. I think I would drop the word 'athletic'.

But that is the only thing I can really find to complain about here. It's well-written, and the tone of playful exuberance comes over incredibly well.

Thank you :-)

( Posted by: Spudley [Member] On: October 26, 2004 )

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