Devil Girl Diaries – 15 (Forever)

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Every man has that one unforgettable woman that will haunt him until his final day; the girl that got away.  Allie detested television, vanilla ice cream, and missionary. She explored the depths of her sexuality; while I discovered the heights of my pain. My muse had a nickname. I called her Devil Girl. I write these words to ease my sorrows. My name is Andrew.

This is our story.

 

after weeks of fighting
I stood outside the terminal
Allie had a plane ticket
Destination unknown to me
We had one final embrace
she fondled my crotch
In the middle of the crowd
I shook my head
She smiled and whispered
It will be forever be mine
She turned to walk away
Before entering the tunnel
A slight breeze lifted her dress
Exposing her bare bottom
To my tear filled eyes
It was a lonely trip back home
Followed by lonely months
Perhaps you won’t understand
We were interlocking pieces
Of an intricate puzzle
She zigged where I zagged
She filled my voids
Allie detested many things
She hated plain and routine
vanilla ice cream
Television and missionary
But in some sick
Unexplainable way
She loved an ordinary guy like me
I think of her often
I wonder how she is
she was so many things to me
but I remember Allie best
with three little words
Forever Devil Girl

Thank you for reading.

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63 thoughts on “Devil Girl Diaries – 15 (Forever)

  1. I’m not sure even a young chimp could have kept this up forever, and I didn’t mean that to be a crude pun. I mourned my lost – left me – young loves until I finally stopped thinking about them. No longer worrying about the what-ifs has left me in peace and able to appreciate the man to whom I’ve been married for decades. We don’t have a perfect marriage but we have made it endure by learning to appreciate the best in the other and let the annoyances go by the wayside. Nonetheless, I’m impressed, Andrew, by how much you’ve been able to give insight into passion with this series.

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    • Smiling. Thanks for your kind words. No, young chimp couldn’t keep this up forever. As much as he missed her, there was a large sense of relief once she was gone. It helped me get past that experimental period that all men need. After that I was ready for real love & a lasting relationship. Unlike other men, who get married and then want to be experimenting and playing around. I was way past that phase.
      Thank you for reading. You are so special to me. Your comments always inspire me to write more.

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  2. I missed this on Saturday because I was attending my Grandmother’s Memorial Service. I’m glad I missed it, because I don’t know if I could have dealt with both losses in one day. I am SO SAD that this is ending. I know all good things must end, but DAMN! I’m afraid even shoes wouldn’t help. 🙁

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  3. I have read all the posts of the series 🙂 They all were amazing and very well devilish in reading 😉 And its sad that they are ending now 😦 But everything that is started need to come to an end so that a new thing could be started 🙂 Great work 🙂 keep bringing new things 🙂

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    • Smiling. Thank you so much for taking the time out to do that. Thanks for the compliment. I try to keep things fresh. Like some of my other writes, this was a true story. An old but sweet relationship. Thank you for taking the time out to read.

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