The story so far:
Simon felt the rain on his face long before he opening his eyes. The morning fog was rolling over him like dust on a highway. He sensed something watching him but he could not see them. He was blinded to the world. He was lost in his dreams.
He saw Sarah. So young,! So beautiful! She was only 19 with a knockout body and the most radiant brown eyes he had every seen. She took him into her life, she let him into her heart, and carried him around in her soul. They were as one. He loved her more then the marines, more then his family, even more then his cherry red corvette that him and his dad spent years rebuilding.
“Come home to me Simon. I miss you baby.” She stood there wearing nothing but a bathrobe made of silk and honey. It was see thru and he could see every curve of her body. He scanned her body starting at her long burnt brown hair that encircled her body like a snake in a tree. He followed her hair past her eyes and perk lips, down past her silk neck to her large firm breasts, down to her beautifully keep flower.
He laid her down gently onto the bed parting her robe like a curtain exposing the smooth flesh beneath. He licked and kissed her legs working his way up past the valley over the mountains, stopping briefly to crease and nipples on the peaks, until he reached her lips. They kissed passionately for what seemed like forever. Their tongues and lips dance to a beat only they could hear.
Sarah rolled on top of him bouncing upon his lap. Simon watched her, caressing her, living in the moment, not wanting to leave. Simon felt himself building he was going to explode. Sarah started to scream in her own joy as Simon let loose with everything he had. She fell on top of him exhausted. He held her tightly not wanting to let go.
“Wake up love they are coming for you.”
Simon opened his eyes as the chimes rang loudly. He scanned the roof quickly with his eyes. Nothing. The wind whipped through him as the rain continued to pound him. He stood up and looked over the side. It was clear. Nothing in sight. He checked all four sides. Still nothing. He let out a sigh of relief.
“God I miss you.” He whispered closing his eyes. Once again the image of Sarah appeared in his mind’s eye.
When he opened his eyes he noticed the door was wide opened. He raised his pistol and stepped toward the door. He could see a light shining deep within the dark stairwell. He took a few steps toward the door. He glanced around the roof one last time before stepping into the darkness and toward the light.