Trifecta Writing Challenge: Animal

Rules for Trifecta Writing Challenge:

Write a piece for the word, using the third definition. The piece must be no less than 33 words and no more than 333 words. You have to use the word given to you. This week the word prompt is ANIMAL and the third definition for the word is, “a human being considered chiefly as physical or nonrational; also: this nature.” So after that kind of definition, the only way I feel comfortable doing this is if I put a “WARNING: sexual content” just so everybody sees it. So let’s begin!

My heart was still aching.
It had been a rough and wild night.
I wake up with my head spinning around.
I walk into the bathroom to grab some aspirin for the pain.
When I grab the glass cup to fill it up with water to wash it down, the pain instantly goes away.
Now it’s just the images of the night before.

For once I enjoyed myself, but I have never been the one to go crazy and become this animal with her.
My girlfriend has always said I needed to loosen up, but I have always ignored her.
I liked her; I like her attitude, her looks, her brain, but when it comes to sex, she’s always became this other person in the dark.
Sometimes it’s sexy and then lately it’s been kind of old.

As I stand up against the door frame to keep my balance, I stare at her half of her body inside the blankets.
The sweat dripped down and made her body cold after we finished.
She had a smile upon her face the whole time, like she was proud of me.
What I was really trying to rack my brain, was because I’m so against being dominate with her, how come the change all of a sudden?
Was there a full moon last night and I turned into the werewolf just before we got started?

I continued to stare at her, until she flicks her beautiful green eyes open to see me standing in front of her.
“Hi…” she says, in her half asleep voice, I gave her that smile again.
I wonder if she realizes that she’s staying home from work today and we go for round two, three and four?

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