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Waves murmured; teasing winds caressed her body, a lone seagull twittered. Fires erupted; her tongue explored his mouth, torpid passions seethed out. Mountains quivered; their passionate bodies lay intertwined, drizzling rains inebriated them. Tongues wagged; a man clenched his fists, acrid anguish inundated him. Hate brewed; vile thoughts blurred his mind, an animal peeped out. Love died; thunderous shots punctuated the air, a deathly silence followed. Newspapers screamed; gruesome pictures shocked the city, he was her husband.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2005

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