“So what do you think?” He smiled proudly at what he had accomplished.
“Its beautiful.” I breathed taking in the view of river from the wall sized window.
“I didn’t buy it too long ago. Everything about it felt like home.” He took my hand and led me through the back door to the river.
I looked around. “No boat?”
He laughed lightly. “I’m not too into the water.”
“Oh that’s right. I almost forgot.” I giggled at the memory of our first night together. “How come you chose to live in the countryside?”
He shrugged. “Its just so peaceful out here. No busy streets filled with cars, or crazy people rushing the stage. Just the sounds of the water flowing in the river, the wind blowing through the trees and the birds singing twinkling melodies. Coming out here after a tour is refreshing.” He sat down in the warm grass and sighed.
“Its quite different from where I live.” I layed down beside him and marveled at the brilliance of the clean blue sky.
He pulled me to his chest and held me through the afternoon. We laid silent in the bliss of the fresh countryside air, watching the sun setting across the clear horizon. Crisp clouds evaporating as the deep blue took over the pinks and oranges of the fading day.
I felt whole in his arms, I felt as though I could never feel any evidence of loneliness ever again. I was in love, more in love then anyone could ever comprehend. I new then in that moment that no matter what should happen, I would hold a piece of him in my heart and soul forever.
“Want some love?” His soft voice melted into the warm breeze.
I looked up to see him holding a small bottle and picking something out of it.
“What is it?” I wondered curiously, shifting myself so I was on my stomach, laying on his chest.
“Acid. I got it from Richard.” He smiled down at me.
“Ooh sounds like fun.” I grinned, excitement floating through me.
“Have you ever?” He wondered.
I simply shook my head and felt at ease at his reassuring expression, telling me it would be okay.
“Open your mouth.” He placed the tiny square on my tongue, then one on his own. “Now just let it melt into you, let it take over all your senses.”
I closed my eyes and let myself loose.
I felt warmth touch my cheek, my neck, and soon the rest of my body. Than lips, I felt lips like it was the first time. His lips melted to mine, forming shapes and tastes I never thought possible. I opened my eyes and saw only him, the background fuzzy. The sky relighting like the beginning of a new day. Colors of trees, rocks, water, flowers coming together in a swirl of beauty. The songs of the stars and the birds collecting in a melody so graceful it could make angels cry.
“Do you feel it?” He asked, lost in a daze.
“Do you see the colors?” I looked up at the sky seeing things my mind couldn’t imagine.
“I see you.”
I looked back to him, feeling an energy connecting us like lightening.
“Touch me.” I breathed.
He placed his hand on my cheek, his thumb on my chin.
“Kiss me.” He whispered.
I leaned in slowly, brushing my lips lightly against his. He jerked forward trying to get the whole deal but I simply pulled a little away. I returned back to him and planting a tiny kiss on his lovable lips than brushed them along his jaw and back.
“Feel me.” He whispered against my skin.
I licked his lips, tracing them with my tongue until they parted happily. I entered his mouth feeling his tongue combine with mine like the colors of a candy cane coming together in a swirl of delight.
He leaned back in the grass pulling me with him. I smiled and sat up, and placed myself on his hips. Still kissing him, I unbuttoned his paisley shirt generously, exposing his brilliant chest.
“I want you.” He growled into the kiss.
I pulled back, a hunger growing in me as the world melted around us. I sat up quickly and unbuttoned his pants, ripping them off without trouble.
“Jimmy.” I breathed, a fire burning through me, wanting him, needing him.
He lifted my dress over my head with ease, sitting up and kissing my breasts with a smile. He pulled his knees up, nestling my center with his.
“Uh.” I moaned as we touched.
My mind was so connected with his but felt like it was floating away. It floated through clouds made of sugar, flying with the birds. I could hear and feel everything. I was in heaven.
I heaved and panted as the electricity pulsed through us.
He lifted me by the hips and placed me on his pulsing member.
“Oh Jim—my.” I groaned.
I rocked against him, floating up and down, feeling free as a cloud. He bucked his hips, pumping into me with great speed and velocity.
“Mmmm…” A deep groan escaped him, echoing against the sky.
I felt the great sensation of my climax approaching quickly. My back arched and my head fell back. My eyes closed revealing the stars as though my eyelids we made of glass.
I felt his nails dig into my skin and heard his growls of pleasure as we reached our destination. I bounced faster on his feeling his warm liquid filling me as I he came in me. I screamed and cried out to sky as my walls tightened around him and the ball of fire burned inside me with a pleasure I had never felt before. It burned in brilliant colors and scents.
“Uaaah.” I cried the finale. I felt myself go more loose and with no energy I let myself fall forward against his chest, my head resting beside his in the grass
“Jesus.” He breathed.
“Hmm.” Was all I could manage.
“You lasted longer than me.” He said incredulously.
I chuckled into the grass. “I’ve never felt that amazing.” I mumbled into the green.
I felt him shake his head and heard his laugh. He pulled me up to meet his gaze.
We laid there in the grass touching hands and marveling at how possible life was. We dazed off together chatting about the things our minds could see and feel. He told me about his first experience with acid, how he realized what his life was and what it meant. He knew then what he needed to do, who he needed to be. He talked about how he could feel the presence love and laughter, and how the lights and colors showed him the way to delight and what he knew of happiness.
I was honored to be the one he shared this with.
He wondered about me. So I told him things I would never think to tell anyone. I told him about my mother and my father. He held me as I did so, always asking if I were okay. I felt too free and too happy to cry or feel sorrow. I was just happy to be with him.
I told him about school and who I was, how I came to own that little musty record store that I loved so much. It felt like hours had passed, going back and forth with memories and experiences.
“You make me feel so young.” He smiled.
I tilted my head slightly. “Jimmy you’re barely 25.”
“Yes I know. But when I’m with you I feel so… pre-pubescent, so naive, so tongue tied.” He chuckled at his felt adolescence.
I lifted myself fully up and cast my arm around his neck. “Can I help you untie that tongue?”
He raised and eyebrow. “I think you already have.” He laughed. “Come on, lets go into bed.”
“But my trip isn’t over silly boy.” I giggled, hopping up. The music and colors swirled again. Warmth radiated through me. “Dance with me James.” I pulled him up.
“I don’t dance.” He chuckled.
I rolled me eyes and spun around to face the water. The cold water turned everything to night again and I all of a sudden felt exhaustion hit me.
“Come to bed.” He put his hand on mine, pulling me along with him.
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