gaze upon the soft swells, lover's curve in your embrace.
pirategeorge pirategeorge
46-50, M
7 Responses Jul 13, 2010

the swells could go either way, like it best when the observer can paint the picture of what they see.Hemingway used almost no descriptive words, so minimalistic, but the reader will just find themselves seing a picture of their own design. Atleast that way to me.for me it was the ocean and standing my hand on lovers hip.

You underestimate yourself. I got the image right away.. Your 10-word stories are very effective. I immediately imagined myself lying spooned against my guy, and him behind me, propped up on one elbow, resting his cheek in his hand. His other hand runs slowly from my waist over my hip and partway down my leg as he says drowsily, "I like your curves," which he says frequently. And it took just a few of your words to take me right to that place. Only thing I missed was the ocean waves - thought the gentle swells referred to the curves of a woman's body.

lovers holding one another looking out at the ocean swells


couldn't get right in ten words, needed the view also

tried to paint the picture of hand on lovers hip

How I have come to look forward to your 10-word stories. And with good cause.