Making up is a good reason to have words in the first place,--with your turn of words, I will think of it in the future as "caking" up.I see all these tiny, epemeral petit fours in rainbow colors passing between two lovers lips. Lovely,--scrumptious even.Silver
Theres nothing like the quirkyness of a prego chic's appetite! It's pretty strange giving birth to a piece of cake...but I'm not suprised with all the junk a woman consumes in her pugnacious bit ching sprees as a mother to be. As for heated words...thats a gross understatement!
There, you've done it again! Just lost my coool totally, and no-one around to kiss! What's a boy supposed to do? I am showing this some minimalist favouritism. I may have left the Uppercase out and inserted punctuation myself though. Glad I didn't miss this treat.
Short, strong, tasty... :) I feel like... how few words can relate to some aspects of... life. For me - I feel so much eroticism here - though I'm afraid to write about such thoughts out here, cause people gonna write I'm a sex-demon just for thinking them... It's great, really.
Well, that was sweet and pleasant, and indeed cakelike. I'm impressed by this because it uses so few words and yet I know exactly what you're talking about. Very deliberate, talented, and unique choice of words.