Brandy's Postcard Stories (postcardbrandy) wrote,
Brandy's Postcard Stories

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She could feel my body, but I could not feel her touch. The operation rendered me numb, but I knew neither of us was deriving any pleasure out of this session. But I paid for it, so I could imagine my money’s worth: how good my newborn scars felt in her hands, the ropey pink flesh relenting to her persistence—she was my healer, my Jesus, and her pleasure ego was enjoying this small miracle. “Hummm...” The air around us kept us packed together, a vibrating bubble for the allotted 45 minutes. I forgot her and my body, and somehow I slipped into a memory of 25 years ago, in the country, cursing time and my existence as a child...Then she touched me there, where the feeling had not died, and I remembered where I was.

  • Soul Train

    Souls travel on trains. That’s why people become immersed in nostalgia, like it’s a much-needed baptism after decades of hard living, when they board…

  • Seeking

    I was worried that he’d find the chunk of pizza crust lodged in my molar, so I kept it short and sweet, even though it was a long goodbye. I told him…

  • Forethought

    I put on my helmet because I knew I was gonna be late for practice. I always am when Dad has to drive me instead of Mom. So I put on my helmet so I…

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