Vampyre – Part One of Four

There are some who let loose when on business trips.Β New in town, slim chance of bumping into a familiar face – you know how it works. This is not about married people, infidelity or even morality.

This is about single people looking for some fun.

Afterall, one night stands could lead to something — permanent.

Not A One Night Stand_33_WFF by EA

Did I say permanent πŸ™‚


Tomorrow: Some Humour with the Brothers Grinn



  1. Our eyes met and I knew night would be fun.
    Hot and soaking sheet increases adrenalin.
    With morning I had two marks and more of him.
    A vampirette looking to procreate.

    Your story makes me want to give a different twist. A very enticing and exciting event of what night brings. Thoroughly enjoy your post.

  2. Your posts always make me reflect in both humour and wisdom, dear Eric ! And, of the kindred souls – we continue exchanging our thoughts and form intricate lines between the voids of loneliness and in solidarity of bliss – ’tis always we look within where the scent of such connections exist — but, in silence.
    Love your blog ! (but you know this!).

    1. Wow! Shaheen my dear.

      What a poetic rendition, this. You invest so much effort with your comments, whenever you visit. You humble me with your thoughtfulness.

      Trust and hope all is well.

      Much luv and hugz coming your way from your doost,

      1. Thank you, dearest Eric. Well, ’tis you who brings out the ‘thoughtfulness’ of my words, for, you simply write such in grandiosity with a touch of wisdom, humour and wit – all in one, it compels one rather easily to leave an imprint for you to recognise your brilliant ability to manifest in pen-ship!

        All is well – just dealing with the residues of my recent poem (as you have noticed), the residues of the heart – am sure you are understanding between my lines. Thank you for reading my posts – I do value your imprints at my galaxy. Love to you and all at home. Shine, doost e man !

    1. Hello Dominic,
      It’s an old ploy we writers pull, don’t we – snapping the trap at the last moment, as it were πŸ™‚
      Thank you for your presence and comment,

    1. Thank you JM, for your visit, compliment and suggestion.

      Don’t know much about Thickjam and I popped over there – it looks somewhat user unfriendly and does not say much other than providing an email for submissions. I’m sure I’m missing something. No worries.

      I enjoy reading your posts and as you’re probably aware am “following” your blog.

      All good wishes, Eric

      1. Thank you so much for following, and that is how I was led to your blog. And I love it! You are right, thickjam is a very basic online magazine, but different in the content. I find myself going back there often, because I know that whatever I find will be unexpected. For that, I love it and if it calls me regularly to read, it probably has many regulars.

  3. Yes, do ignore taps on the windows. Especially from the second story. : )

    ‘Dismiss the fuzzier,
    And passages flashier
    In prose; strive for words worthier
    The goal–always–loftier.’

    As always, a pleasure to read your posts, Eric.


    1. Just returned from the gym and shower. Polishing up tomorrow’s post and then – a glass of JD beckons πŸ™‚

      I love your contribution, Paul. It is layered – just the way I love them.

      All good wishes,

  4. Hehehe… i am also waiting for the him to come back. wanna see what we will happen next. lol. Actually, she is sure he will come back becuase she knows she tastes Good!! Probably.. hahaha

    1. That’s a great thought, Clinton – she knows how she tastes.

      Hmmm, your comment also set me thinking – should she stay another night in that town, is there a second rendezvous —

  5. You again stir my thoughts Eric! this time with such a different topic.I feel this when I read yours!

    Loneliness is what we abhor,
    amidst the crowd too we stand alone,
    with the one whom you know,
    could you trust your love as whole,
    or mere acquaintance shall make
    a way for two long lost souls…

    1. Soumya dear,

      I read this a couple of times – you captured the scene and emotions very well. Yes, I know the feeling, especially when on business travel and having to spend weekends away – to be utterly alone amidst crowds of families.

      But your verse touches more – much more pain filled – to be alone with a loved one beside one, and yet to be alone. That is dreadful.

      And two long lost souls — it goes on to say more.

      Peace and blessings,

      1. Far easier than being a hod carrier
        Is being employed as a farrier
        Jockeying for position as one climbs the ladder
        Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

      2. I’m going to ignore the last two lines and stick to the rhyme you initiated – don’t agree with shifting the goal posts in mid game:

        Brought before a judge superior
        Who found one’s offering inferior

        P/s Keep it coming, I’ve a dozen more locked and ready to roll πŸ™‚

      3. I’m off for my evening workout in the gym and leave this thought:

        Someone once said, bantering is merrier
        I agree, competition makes none happier

        Good advice, I reckon.

    1. Thank you for following me back to my blog and leaving a comment – I appreciate this.

      Yes, I prefer to write short pieces as it forces me to focus and choose words with great care. This is a kind of warm up which I then try to transpose to my novels – helps keep the writing “tight”.

      All good wishes, Eric

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