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The Room in the Back of the Chinese Laundry

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JamesMichael
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Kapolei, Hawaii, USA


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The Room   (It Begins with A Look)

"To be honest, the room seemed small and stuffy,
I might not have rented the room if I had not seen
Su that day."

Did I mention before how long Su's hair was;
I don't think so, so I'm telling you right now
that it was about six inches below her waist
so you can imagine how that would look, assuming
you like long hair as I do.  During the day when
she would work in the laundry, she would wear
a pony tail or make it up in a bun, but after work
she would let it flow.  So many times I had wanted
to put my hand between her hair and her back, just
to know that feeling; the silkiness of her hair,
the softness of her back, and the hope that my
touch would put a smile on her face, and that she
would ask for more of my attention.  When you have
desire for a woman, that desire increases with a
touch, and continues to grow as all the senses
become involved in that process.  Within the
world of his senses a man observes a woman to
decide if his heart will say yes or no, or stop
or go.  To say yes, a man must like what his eyes
see and appreciate the gentle nudging of his heart,
but it all begins with a look, that is when a man
first finds out the thoughts of his brain,  will
he keep looking, pleased with who he see's or will
he look away already knowing he's not interested.

"The first time I saw Su was the day when Su's
Mom had walked me through the Chinese Laundry
to show me the room she had for rent in the back,
I was so pleased when I first saw Su that I didn't
hear her mother say that her daughter was off
limits, so pleased, that her Mom had to grab my
arm and keep me moving to the room in the back."

JamesLee
5/19/16


  
  
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Bluesy Socrateaser
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In The Mirror


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Funny story JM. Surprised to see that mama-san didn't spin you 'round and back out the door!

...just bein' Bluesy

JamesMichael
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Thank you Bluesy for reading and responding...james
 
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