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The End Is Just The Beginning. Radhanagari Damsel; Part 10

His plane was due to take off in four hours, and he had checked out of the hotel and said goodbye to the cute receptionist. "Till next time Mr John and I am again very sorry you had this unfortunate experience while with us." "Don't mention it." he attempted a smile while he signed his… Continue reading The End Is Just The Beginning. Radhanagari Damsel; Part 10

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Sunrays and Lipstick. Radhanagari Damsel; part 9

Riya took in a huge breath and briefly closed her eyes as she let the air back out steadily until her lungs were empty.   She turned her face to focus on John's but said nothing. "How can I help you?" John's voice sounded small and he felt even smaller in a world he did… Continue reading Sunrays and Lipstick. Radhanagari Damsel; part 9

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Heartbeat and fear. Radhanagari Damsel; part 8

Ramesh threw the box to the floor, and the lid became detached, pieces of pearl bouncing into the grey dust, disappearing from sight. "Do you know about this?" Ramesh held John's gaze and was a different man from the bumbling engineer of previous meetings. "I think you do. Keep out of what does not concern… Continue reading Heartbeat and fear. Radhanagari Damsel; part 8

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Anger and reality. Radhanagari Damsel; Part 7

Nineteen letters, thirteen months.   Declarations of love, admissions of hope, progressively opinionated statements, worrying words of misplaced ownership.  John hadn't slept all night.  Laying under just a sheet and staring up into the dark at the humming fan, appreciating its velvet touch of moving air on his skin, he thought about the letters. It… Continue reading Anger and reality. Radhanagari Damsel; Part 7

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Fantasies and Brickwork. Radhanagari Damsel; part 6. (#wordprompt)

  Her weight across his thighs was holding his legs together.  She straddled him and gazed at his face, yet avoided eye contact.  He felt the promise of seeing into her soul was tantalisingly close.  The silk negligee slid across her own smooth legs, riding ever higher as her fingers teased the hem closer to… Continue reading Fantasies and Brickwork. Radhanagari Damsel; part 6. (#wordprompt)

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Sedatives and finger tips. Radhanagari Damsel; part 5 (#wordprompt)

The coffee was bitter; the irony of this was not lost on John as he handed a polystyrene cup to Ramesh who sat poised on the edge of a chair on one side of Riya's hospital bed.  A lemon waffle-weave blanket followed the contours of her body, from the neatly positioned feet, knees and up… Continue reading Sedatives and finger tips. Radhanagari Damsel; part 5 (#wordprompt)

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Dust and tears … Radhanagari Damsel: part 4 (#wordprompt)

Finally via Daily Prompt: Finally For months now he had wanted to hold her, bury his nose in her silky hair, whisper nothings to her delicate neck, but not like this.  John's fingers moved dust-covered hair from her face, her eyelashes meeting over closed eyes, her body limp in his arms.  The rumbling of the… Continue reading Dust and tears … Radhanagari Damsel: part 4 (#wordprompt)

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Radhanagari Damsel: Part 3

via Daily Prompt: Extravagant The night porter nodded his recognition as they passed in the foyer, the sweat starting to run down between John's shoulder blades.   His watch flashed *16 minutes* which for 4K was average, maybe a little better than average, but the competitive spirit within meant John always yearned to improve, even… Continue reading Radhanagari Damsel: Part 3

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Arabica beans and eye contact #Radhanagari Damsel: Part 2

John carried his papers and double espresso into the meeting room, arriving ten minutes earlier than Aditya whom was a stickler for timekeeping.  The takeaway cup was just the correct size and the hotel caterers knew just which arabica beans John enjoyed most.   These details made him happy and he felt positive as he… Continue reading Arabica beans and eye contact #Radhanagari Damsel: Part 2

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Potholes and Proclivity (#wordprompt) Radhanagari Damsel; Part 1

Proclivity A wall of hot air waited stealthily on the other side of the sliding doors. John knew the arrivals hall at Chhatrapati Shivaji was the last air conditioning he would enjoy until he reached his hotel, where cool air was not guaranteed in any event.  Generators were temperamental in Kankavli.  He stood, allowing the… Continue reading Potholes and Proclivity (#wordprompt) Radhanagari Damsel; Part 1