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Reflections Amid the Stardust
   

Naked Mole Rats

by Connie Biewald

Blossoming

by Patricia Day

Against all her better judgment, Rose paid her six dollar entrance fee and scanned the zoo map for the World of Darkness where she'd agreed to meet Paul, SWM, 43, somewhat overweight, slightly balding,rumpled and reasonably content, seeking open-minded, mildly adventurous, woman for whatever develops.

Beltane is approaching, and my body is sensitive. I feel warm breezes, and cool rain, through my skin directly to my nerves. I sleep, deeply, dreaming erotic dreams, waking drenched with sweat and with aching thighs and a swollen mouth. Who am I kissing, I wonder? Who is loving me so thoroughly.

The First Time

by Vanessa N. Hanko

Snow Dates

by JA Grisham

The day was unusually hot for so early in the season. After a few hours we snapped at each other as we picked itching straw out from our shirts. The horses were affected by the heat, crowd and unfamiliar circumstances, too.

I was afraid of him when we first met, even though I saw him every night after work, sitting in the cafeteria of the Chicago Lighthouse for the Blind, paper coffee cup cradled in hands as white as Ivory soap.

 

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