(c) Copyright 2002, Katie McN "I won't miss my chance tonight."
I always think that, but I knew I'd fail one more time.
She was no more than 5' 4" and the girl couldn't weigh a hundred and ten pounds soaking wet. Her hair was the color of a raven in flight and cascaded down her back. Her skin cried out to be touched and radiated with a glow that seemed to burn just for her.
Her flannel shirt was unbuttoned and knotted together at the bottom. She wore a tank top so thin it was easy to see she didn't need a bra to hold up those two perfectly formed breasts. breasts that sneaked out from under her shirt from time to time to let the world know sexy didn't always mean big. Her denims weren't tight, but they gave good idea about the cute shape of her ass and I could see she had legs that went on for a long time before they finally reached the floor.
She wore a smile instead of makeup. And what a smile! A flash of white teeth and little dimples that added to her already perfect features. Her well formed nose seemed chiseled out of alabaster. Thick lashes framed her beautiful brown eyes and a slender neck supported her head with a look of majesty.
I moved closer until I could hear her voice.
She laughed when the bartender made some comment about her drink order. A laugh that said so much about her and a laugh that said so much to me. A laugh I wanted to hear again.
She was perfect and she was alone.
What could I say? I didn't want her to think I was a bore and I knew some trite pickup line wouldn't work with such a woman anyway. I never seem to be able to come up something interesting to say at times like this and always end up watching as the woman of my dreams walks away with someone else. Once again, I stood by frozen with fear, unable to say a word. Nothing at all.
"Can I ask you a question?"
She was taking to me! I couldn't believe it, but somehow I was able to answer her without sounding like a fool.
"Sure, I'd love to talk with you. My name's Karen by the way."
"Hi, I'm Marsie. I think I've seen you here a few times, but we never had a chance to meet. I guess I'm kind of shy and donít seem to be able to talk to people until I get to I know them. I bet you don't have that problem since you're so hot and all."
"Well, I wouldn't say that exactly, but since we're talking, what about trying to make up for lost time now?" The End Let me know what you think of my story . . .
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