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Another Cambridge Fellows drabble

November 12th, 2009 (12:07 pm)

Very short, this one. jess_faraday said "Oh, I would SO love a Jonty/Orlando. Prompt: Grapes, picked fresh from a vine."

“I would never have believed that home-grown grapes could taste so good.” Orlando picked another from the vine, slipped it into his mouth and chewed, an expression of quiet pleasure gilding his handsome face, like a contended cow with some particularly tasty cud.

“I don’t remember them being so good since childhood.” Jonty picked a little bunch and began to work through it. “Clarence and I would come out to the garden almost at the crack of dawn. It was always a race between us and the birds – you had to almost predict the day they would be ripe and beat the feathered hordes to them. Umm.” He licked his lips. “All a matter of timing.”

Orlando picked another grape, popping it into his lover’s open mouth and drawing close enough for hips to touch. “A matter of timing. Aren’t all wonderful things just that?”


Posted by: Gaycrow (gaycrow)
Posted at: November 13th, 2009 12:08 am (UTC)

I'll be thinking of these two the next time I eat some grapes.

And were they close enough for hips to touch? I was half hoping that's a typo, and you meant to type "l" instead of "h". ;D

Posted by: charliecochrane (charliecochrane)
Posted at: November 13th, 2009 11:35 am (UTC)

No, I meant hips. They'd never dare kiss out in Mrs Stewart's garden but they could nudge up together. LOL

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Posted by: charliecochrane (charliecochrane)
Posted at: November 13th, 2009 11:36 am (UTC)
Re: Keep them coming - luv!
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There's a special one off story that's going into the Samhain Christmas run-up thing (will post link when I have it) and I may do something for the Speak Its Name blog advent calendar.

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Posted by: charliecochrane (charliecochrane)
Posted at: November 15th, 2009 06:20 pm (UTC)


Cows are very attractive creatures. *nods*

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