Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Drabblerotic 2014 - Y is for Yarn plus FB3X Drabble Cascade #59

This post contains adult themes.
Fantasy Boys XXX is joining in the The Blogging From A to Z April Challenge with Drabblerotic 2014

where will be posting a drabble* every weekday and Saturday in April brought to you by the letters A-Z, although this isn't Sesame Street, so expect a little adult spice in our alphabet soup. ;)

PLUS - since it's Tuesday, it's time for FB3X Drabble Cascade #59 - and our word of the week is, of course, Yarn. If you'd like to add your own drabble, then please do, just put it in the comments, or post on your own blog and link in to the list.ly list at the bottom of the post :).

*'So, what is a drabble anyway?' we hear some of you ask. And the answer is, a drabble is a piece of prose of (exactly) 100 words. 

So, without further ado, onto today's drabble...



Y is for Yarn

Author's Note

I'm blaming Patricia Lynne's comment on our theme reveal for this one...

More Than Mere Purl

by Sophie Duncan

Knitting was for girls. At least that is what Altan had thought until he'd met Marlowe, all six foot four of him (seven counting his wings). Fey, at least Marlowe's dynasty, thought it was an art form and he had proceeded to show Altan why.

Altan murmured as the pool of glowing yarn around his weeping, erect cock moved each time Marlowe drew off another loop to increase the piece he was working. He shuddered, clenching around his lover as Marlowe wove a parallel spell. Knitting continued unabated - the advantage of fey being that the needles clacked away by themselves.

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  1. I never knew knitting could be so sexy!

    1. I know, neither did I till Patricia Lynne kicked off this particular plot bunny :)

  2. BAHAHAHAHA I Have no remorse for anything I inspire. ;) Sadly, I don't think hubby would let me use him that way when rolling up some yarn. XD

    ~Patricia Lynne~
    Story Dam
    Patricia Lynne, YA Author

    1. Aww - what a shame - you couldn't persuade him then ;P

  3. If Altan's spindle was being used to hold the yarn and the knitting needles didn't require hands on, then what were Marlowe's hands ... oh ah... he could be rolling some balls.