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But A Moment - Love Snippets 2
"Hurry!" "Hurry, you've gotta see this!" She yelled at me from a hundred yards down the beach ... So I ran, barefooted, as fast as I could to where she stood But when I got there ... nothing! Just her smile as she nipped her bottom lip "Gawd yer sexy when you run in the sand," she said Are you kidding me - there's nothing here?? "Oh, I wouldn't say that I was ... nothing" she answered She did have a point there "In fact ... since you ran all this way" She took handfuls of her knee-length hair and lassoed me with it Pulling me into the dunes and marsh grasses She had laid out a blanket, neatly With a basket of food and wine, wrapped in red plaid "That's dessert, cutie-pie," she motioned But what about the main course? She smiled again, falling back onto the blanket Right hand grasping my belt "Me," she winked.
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