Horny Hump Day—Something a Little Sweet

(Out of reverence for Yom Kippur, this post is pre-scheduled and a bit sweeter than usual. I won’t be able to hop around to other participants till tonight or tomorrow.)

Warning:  Not safe for work or appropriate for those under 18!

Because this week’s Horny Hump Day coincides with Yom Kippur (my favorite holiday besides Halloween), I chose something a little sweeter and tamer for this week’s offering. It’s set a bit earlier in the recently-finished manuscript I’ve been sharing snippets from. After Jakob came to America with his mother at the start of the book, he went on a bit of a spending spree in New York City, putting most of his bills on credit, and just now, after his honeymoon, has been hit with belated sticker shock.

His wife Rachel is horrified to learn just how much he spent, far beyond his means. She was so upset she went to the beach to be alone while Jakob sought advice from his mother several blocks away. Jakob finds her as ebb tide is starting to come in, and the morning after the near-disaster, Rachel wakes to a bouquet of flowers, a tray of breakfast, and a love letter containing, in part, these lines.

Gepje is the Dutch nickname for Rachel, since the Dutch pronounce CH like a guttural, growly GH.

***

I want my Gepje to love me and be happy with me.  When my Gepje smiles at me, everything is right in the world.  Your eyes are like beautiful sparkling emeralds polished to perfection, your hair is like the finest woven cornsilk, your skin is so soft and sweet, your hands are so loving and gentle, your breasts are like succulent cantaloupes, your kisses taste like honey fresh from the hive, your caresses and embraces are so tender and sweet, your beautiful flower is the most divine treasure in the universe, your elixir tastes like ambrosia, your scent is so womanly and feminine, like perfume made from fairy dust and exotic flowers, and your voice is so sensual.

8 thoughts on “Horny Hump Day—Something a Little Sweet

Share your thoughts respectfully

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s