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Molly as dead corpse

Something a little sinister to help you with your Christmas spirit. We seem to be on a roll with these collaborations. Words by @domsigns image by, yours truly! Merry Christmas


I took her from the world. The world did not appreciate her, did not see her beauty and grace. She walked through life unseen by those who should have noticed her.

But I saw her, saw the light that shone from within her, bright and beautiful and made to illuminate my darkness. Not to banish it but to provide the contrast I need to exist. Because what good is the dark without the balance of light?

So I took her, while the world passed unaware.

I keep her now in my special place and I take her, take her when the blackness starts to well up within me and threatens to wash the rest of my humanity away. She struggles even as she sees that this is meant to be, even as each thrust makes her just a bit dimmer, but knowing that her sacrifice will delay my descent into depravity.

But it never lasts, I always consume them in the end and begin again to search for someone who has the light to stave off the inevitable passage of my heart into the night.

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  • Molly Moore - Author, Blogger, Photographer, Speaker, Director of Operations @Eroticon Find me in my corner of the internet at Molly's Daily Kiss and on Twitter @mollysdailykiss

  • Show Comments (16)

  • Marie Rebelle

    I love how well the words and image go together. Beautifully sinister 🙂

    Rebel xox

  • Bambi

    Love it, real sense of foreboding here; for her, for the next one, for the ones she is unknowingly protecting

  • Remittance Girl

    What a lovely Christmas gift. I love this. I love the honesty in the voice, the rawness, the balance of strength and threat and ultimately vulnerability. I just can’t say anything more.

    Love. No crits.

  • Twiglet at 100Acres

    dark… I like imaginging a flat toned male voice, stating the way things are, it just is, the lack of flourishes in the writing works, the happy ending of light I imagined, the sappy sub that I am, quashed into the simple darkness… brilliant.

  • Jan

    Earthly, rich, somewhat dark, not sinister. The two halves that make the whole yet remain apart to shine as individuals. That is the beauty of this writing and image. The give and take that contrives the balance of dark and light.

  • Bedlam

    Beautifully contrasting images to make a whole. Much love for your writing and you.

  • MariaSibylla

    I love the way you give us the character’s whole purpose, whole life, in just a few words. It’s amazingly concise and still eloquent and lovely.

  • Cammies on the Floor

    It is gorgeously dark and I really liked it

  • Exposing40

    I ‘liked’ this last week but had a note to come back and comment when I had time. I really love the image – it’s powerful and a bit scary! I love the word so much – although there is darkness there in the words, I think what really makes it shine is the tenderness/reverence that also come through in the opening para. Xx

  • Shane Langlois

    oh how breathtaking can captivating . I love this

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