Hop on to the Wednesday Poetry Train



Since I missed Monday’s Poetry Train, I thought I’d make up for it by posting something today.

I’ve been posting songs/poems that I’ll be using in one of my Home books…His Heart’s Home which features Derek, a country music star, and Max, the foreman at Tony’s ranch. What I’m going to post for you today is actually a scene from my WIP. Yes, I realize I haven’t gotten Tony’s story done yet, but this scene called to me and I had to write it down right when it popped into my head or I’d have forgotten it.

So tell me what you think of it. I will tell you it takes place closer to the end of the story. 😉

Their love making was slow and gentle. Hands roamed over chests and backs. Lips tasted soft skin at the small of the back and the crease of the knee. Fingers caressed cocks and asses.

No words were spoken. Each ‘I love you’ and every ‘good-bye’ was spoken with sighs and kisses. Their climax didn’t explode from them. It flowed like all the tears they would never cry.

Afterwards, they held each other tight, savoring the strength in their arms and the warmth of their bodies. They fell asleep, at ease with their parting.

So I’ve done some work on HHH and also Tony’s story. I promise. I’m really pushing to get it finished by the end of this month. I’m working on Out of Bounds to re-submit to Samhain as well. Who knows? I might have two books done by the end of the month and possibly both contracted by the end of July. Woo-hoo!

Oh Gina, if you stop by, Lisa posted a comment for you in my Three post. check out the comments. 🙂

Have a great Wednesday.

13 Responses “Hop on to the Wednesday Poetry Train”

  1. T.A.Chase says:

    Thanks, Julia…but I can’t give it all away.

  2. julia says:

    “It flowed like all the tears they would never cry.”

    Great line! I’m with Lisa Andel. In this instance, less is not more.

  3. T.A.Chase says:

    Sylvie,

    Thanks. I wanted the scene to be sad and beautiful and poigiant because it’s about two lovers saying goodbye..not because they hate each other or because they’ve grown apart, but because they know it’s better for them to be apart.

    I hope to hear you enjoyed Bonnie’s story as much as you enjoyed Lisa and mine. 🙂

  4. sylvie says:

    Hi,

    I found this scene very beautiful even if sad.

    I also just finish reading the first two stories in Three. They very different but good. I liked these…
    I’ll probably finish the third tomorrow.

    Have a great day

    Sylvie

  5. T.A.Chase says:

    Thanks, Susan.

    I’ll admit..I was rather proud of the way the scene turned out. The words have the feel I want to them.

  6. Susan Helene Gottfried says:

    The eye candy’s quite nice, but the words are poetic, TA. I think this might be some of your best writing yet.

    Definitely worth waiting two days for you to hop on the train!

  7. T.A.Chase says:

    Glad you like the eye candy, Yvonne. Had to dig through my albums for it. 🙂

    Not sure when this one will be done. If I can get Tony’s story done by June, then I’m thinking about writing a short Christmas story about Les and Randy (and the others) So this one might not be finished until August or Sept.

  8. T.A.Chase says:

    Gina,

    Yeah..Lisa’s books are hot..hot..hot. 🙂 Make sure to have some ice near by.

    The scene is sad, but don’t worry there is a happy ending, I promise.

  9. T.A.Chase says:

    Lisa,

    I know..I know. But one of the reasons I posted this short scene was I wanted to see how people reacted to it. I thought it might be a little angsty for you. 🙂 (jk) There’ll be more, but I need to really finish Tony’s story first…lol.

  10. Yvonne says:

    Wow! flowed like tears they would never cry….. Wow.
    Ok,Ok WHEN is THIS one going to be ready????? I love how you continue to tease us 😉
    Love the new eyecandy! Saw some hot ones yesterday while browsing-made me think of you:D

  11. Lisa Andel says:

    Hi Gina,
    Didn’t mean to sneak in ahead of you.

  12. Gina, Book Dragon says:

    Their climax didn’t explode from them. It flowed like all the tears they would never cry.

    That’s so sad.

    Thanks for the heads up about Lisa’s comment. Looks like I’ve got someone else to read while I’m waiting for your new ones!

    dang, I was almost first but had trouble with my “preview”

  13. Lisa Andel says:

    Very nice TA. But you barely gave me a taste here. I need more …

    😀

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