Author Topic: Introducing the "Jack with Ennis" Fan Fic Game - the BetterMost Edition  (Read 895183 times)

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Re: Feeling Safe
« Reply #1270 on: August 05, 2007, 02:32:08 am »
Even though both were approaching middle age, Ennis still thought of Jack as his beloved blue boy, and held him snugly from behind as they drifted off to sleep in the tent, relishing the warmth of that beloved cleavage, the tight but welcoming place where his manhood had always felt most comfortable.

For a moment, his peaceful descent into sleep was roused by the memory of their earlier conversation, where Jack had said he missed him so much sometimes he could hardly stand it, and of how Ennis's heart had stung to those gently recriminating words, of how his mouth clamped tighter in frustration and sadness.

Tinged with the dark night's melancholy, his member retreated from its swelling search, though Ennis could still feel the humid warmth of his beloved's body upon it, and he pulled Jack even closer, determined that if only for this one night, they would be safe and secure, and not only in their dreams.


Moving, lyrical, very well written!  I enjoyed reading every word of this.  Thanks so much for posting!

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Sinner
« Reply #1271 on: August 05, 2007, 10:05:14 pm »
Sinner by Toycoon

Ennis awoke with a start from his drunken stupor, to the feel of his right hand palming another man's throbbing cock, Jack's cock, with Jack's hand firmly guiding his fingers over the length.

Groggy, confused yet dizzy from intense desire, Ennis yanked down Jack's trousers and tore at the fly of his own jeans, freeing his erection then rubbed a saliva covered hand over his shaft.

In an instant, Ennis was deep inside his partner's warm body, experiencing the most incredible sensations he had ever felt; Jack let out a loud grunt and Ennis shivered and collapsed on top of him in a heap.
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Re: Introducing the "Jack with Ennis" Fan Fic Game - the BetterMost Edition
« Reply #1272 on: August 05, 2007, 11:58:03 pm »
Damn dude, whatta hot one! 

I understand about the 3-sentence structure providing a unique challenge and what-not. But if you ever wanted to give that one more length (or girth or fullness or swelling or turgidity) I'm sure there'd be no complaining!
« Last Edit: August 07, 2007, 09:22:51 am by LauraGigs »

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Re: Sunday Service
« Reply #1273 on: August 06, 2007, 12:03:37 am »
Sunday Service by garycottle

The morning sun came through the window and washed the room in antiseptic white light.  The only contrast to the unremitting brightness was the shadow in the shape of a giant cross over the bed, cast there by the windowís muntins.  John could no longer sleep because not even his eyelids could block out the light.  In winter heíd simply pull the blanket over his head, but now it was too warm.  So he slowly rose and placed his feet on the floor.  Since his wife had gotten up hours earlier, and presumably had already left for church, the pain in his lower back and knees was his only hail.  He was sure that by the time he was sixty the pain would be more than he could bear.

John shielded his eyes and looked out the window, and saw two pubescent boys running behind the barn.  One was his son, Jack, and the other was Holland Perry.  Holland was the son of George and Catherine Perry who lived five miles down the road.  His wife went to church with them, and most Sundays the Perrys dropped the boy off when they stopped to pick up Roberta.  John didnít like Holland.  He thought he was a sissy.  But he tolerated the kid because the deal was he and Jack would do the morning chores if they chose to stay home from church, and this bargain gave John an excuse to sleep in.  But seeing the boys now he noticed there was something in their cadence that suggested they werenít interested in chores this morning.

John dressed, drank a cup of warmed-over black coffee, and headed outside to see what the boys were up to.  When he heard the giggles Johnís pace slowed, and then he stopped altogether when he got to the corner of the barn.  He quietly poked his head around and saw an unexpected sight.  Jack and Holland were on their feet facing each other.  Their pants were down around their ankles, and their right arms crossed over to the otherís crotch.  Each was pulling back and forth. 

Johnís vocal cords tightened in an effort to speak, but no words came out.  He wanted to stop what was happening, but he couldnít acknowledge it.  John turned and walked away as the heat bit his cheeks like windburn.  At first he blamed his wife.  Roberta had told the boy about Christ's love, even though John had told her that would only make the boy soft.  But as he neared the kitchen door he realized that it was his fault.  It was the responsibility of the father to make a man out of his boy.

Beautiful, Gary.  Very expertly written.  I love your portrayal of Mr. Twist here!  He was not happy that Jack liked boys, but he didn't come across as a homophobe, either.  Exceptional, Gary!  :)

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Re: All for Me
« Reply #1274 on: August 06, 2007, 12:05:10 am »
Thank you so much, littlewing.  That's so kind of you to say.  I can only hope that the lad will count himself lucky, but one this is for certain, he's going to be a bit sore.   :-X   :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Gary

Awww, Gary, I'm sure your husband will feel very fortunate to have you, no pun intended!   He'll wonder where you've been all his life!  :)

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Sinner (part 2)
« Reply #1275 on: August 06, 2007, 12:17:23 am »
Sinner Part 2 by Littlewing 1957

Out, down and asleep?  Oh no, not yet!  Jack fell over and appreciated the feel of Ennisí weight on top of him.  He lay still, content to bask in the afterglow, savor the smell of Ennisí quivering form.

Ennis reached out just in time to palm Jackís still tumescent manhood.  He caressed him gently, instinctively aware that Jack would be extra sensitive after his orgasm.  Jack kept his groin elevated a bit, just so that Ennis could fondle him.

Never a word was spoken as the 2 lay still.  Ennisí breath caressed Jackís neck as his hand gently pulled and rubbed Jackís dick.  And when both were content in spirit as well as body, time for sleep..
« Last Edit: August 06, 2007, 12:42:05 am by littlewing1957 »

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Re: Shades of Blue
« Reply #1276 on: August 06, 2007, 12:28:52 am »
Ennis found Jack after a few hours.  He was sitting on a log, patting one of the blue healers, his harmonica in his lap.  The sight of so many shades of blue gave Ennis pause.  He took in Jackís blue shirt, Jack's dark wash blue denims and the blue/black coat of the puppy.   All of this silent, softly animated shades of blue positioned against the robinís egg blue of the Wyoming sky wove a deep and lonely spell. The blue puppy heard Ennis' approach after a moment and ran to him, tail wagging.  Jack looked up, blue eyes dancing and hopeful.  He ran into Ennisí arms, encircling him in a tangle of blue.
Oh, I do appreciate this rich and colorful evocation of everyone's favorite blue boy!

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Re: Shades of Blue
« Reply #1277 on: August 06, 2007, 12:35:22 am »
Oh, I do appreciate this rich and colorful evocation of everyone's favorite blue boy!

Thanks, Babe, for your kind words.  I really appreciate it!  :)

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Re: Introducing the "Jack with Ennis" Fan Fic Game - the BetterMost Edition
« Reply #1278 on: August 06, 2007, 12:39:08 am »
Damn dude, whatta hot one! 

I understand about the 3-sentence providing a unique challenge and what-not. But if you ever wanted to give that one more length (or girth or fullness or turgidity) I'm sure there'd be no complaining!

Golly LauraGigs, only two posts and you've become a nasty ol' horn-dog! Yeehaaw!

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Re: Sinner (part 2)
« Reply #1279 on: August 06, 2007, 12:52:15 am »
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Ennis reached out just in time to palm Jackís still tumescent manhood.  He caressed him gently, instinctively aware that Jack would be extra sensitive after his orgasm.  Jack kept his groin elevated a bit, just so that Ennis could fondle him.

There's that reach around everyone mistakes for Ennis tenderly hugging Jack. We know better Littlewing, don't we?

Say, Littlewing, how do you know so much about gay male sex? Are you one'a them liberated ladies that watches all-male porno movies? :o

Hot story, Dirty Mama. That one was tough and  tender.
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