Relationships always have their play time. Today’s story is 300 words, entitled Glass Light, Enjoy!
Exploding through the glass brick wall the suns light captured Killarney, creating a dark silhouette, preventing me from seeing her expressions.
Truth be told Killarney rarely exposed an expression other then satisfaction.
I moved a bit closer trying to adjust to the setting suns radiance but Killarney turned her face away
“It is always like this” she spat, I smiled.
Fully pressing her body against the glass she continued. Always you give me what I want but you are still in control.
Killarney I said trying not to let her see my smile, I don’t believe in control we are equals I do what ask because I love you.
“But” she stammered, then slowly ran her tongue across the glass capturing the last of the suns rays. “That’s just not so,” sounding like a school girl caught, without an answer.
I moved closer pressing my body hard against hers she moaned from the weight as I pressed her tightly into the glass blocks.
“Get off me,” she growled, I pushed harder, without a thread of guilt I bit her ear then said, “Killarney we’re going to do what I want.”
Digging down within herself she let out a magnificent scream and pushed to free herself.
I didn’t move I just pushed harder.
I could see tears in the corner of her eye but also the hint of a smile.
Roughly I grabbed her arm spinning her around and kissed her.
For a moment she resisted but then melted into my arms, it was then I knew she’d given in.
Wiping the tears from her cheek I looked into her receptive eyes and spoke.
“I don’t want to go out to dinner I want to order in I want Chinese.”
Killarney pinched me, then picked up the phone to call our favorite Chinese takeout.