Monday, 13 August 2012

A F/F Confession

When Sadie walked into the room, there was nothing there but candles, on the floor.  They sent a beautiful glow against the walls leaving her relaxed yet strange disturbed by it.  Jenny had asked her to meet her there and she had no idea what was happening.  She thought Jenny was in trouble.  Taking a breath she walked over ot the window and peered out into the night.  The moon was high above the small town giving it an glow that rose her spirits and caused her to breathe more freely.

Sadie turned around. It wasn't because she heard a sound but she felt another presenece in the room with her.

"You came." Jenny's voice was soft. 

She wore a light pink dress something that surprised Sadie for as long as she'd known Jenny, the pettite blond she'd never worn anything remotely girly.  Sadie saw how uncomfortable she was just by the way she walked into the room.

"Of course I came--why are are you wearing a dress?" Sadie asked.

"Do you like it?" Jenny looked down as if she had forgotten she was wearing.

Sadie turned fully but didn't move from where she was standing. "Yes. But you don't, do you?"

"It doesn't matter as long as you like it...I remember you always say you were looking for a woman who wouldn't walk over your heart."

Sadie nodded.

"And I know I can be that woman...."


"I know. Tou don't see me that way. But please...I've put a lot of work into this--pulled up a lot of courage to come to you like this but I..."

Sadie sighed and walked across the space between then. She wrapped an arm around the small of Jenny's back and pulled her forward.  When their bodies collided, Jenny gasped but Sadie slammed her lips over hers. Their lips fused together, bodies melted perfectly together and tongues flowed like water around each other.  A charge of electricity fluttered through Sadie, causig her to whimper and pulled impossibly closer to Jenny.  Her large breasts pressed into Jenny's smaller ones caused her to tingle beautifully.  Jenny cradled her face, holding her so tenderly Sadie fought back the tears threatening to spill down her cheeks.  She was lost in a moment with Jenny, a moment she never thought was possible. A fear of their relationship reverting to a pumpkin pulsated through her but she silenced it by kissing Jenny deeper, plunging her tongue in further.

Jenny smelt like flowers--something new on her to Sadie but she loved it still.

The line then was crossed between friendship and lover and Sadie knew it. She also knew from the way Jenny kissed her and curled her toes, that she couldn't turn back if she wanted to.