Skinny Dip
By: Timothy Law

That look, that smile, the promise of mischief. Together we raced from the shore, clothing discarded, bare in the moonlight. A splash and a laugh as you dove in and I followed after. A kiss, a caress, hearts beating as one. Entwined, so much passionate pleasure. Our arms and legs wrapped about one another.

Then suddenly you were gone, ripped from my arms. Deep down I searched; desperate, fearful. In the darkness beneath the waves I called your name until I could call no more. Now I swim with silent purpose. In my mind I beg to be taken too.

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