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Monday, January 17, 2011

Two Line Tuesday

I'm still reading Diana Gabaldon, because I got distracted and read a few books on my new kindle. (dance of joy) but, I picked it up again, and this passage struck me. I wanted to share it. This is from Dragonfly in Amber.

"I always thought it would be a simple matter to lie wi' a woman," he said softly. "And yet...I want to fall on my face at your feet and worship you"-he dropped the towel and reached out, taking me by the shoulders-"and still I want to force ye to your knees before me, and hold you there with my fingers tangled in your hair, and your mouth at my service...and I want both things at the same time, Sassenach."


And here are my two lines, which in retrospect should've gone first, after those two lines!

The house wore its desolation like a shroud. Wind torn and weather beaten, she stood defiant against years of abuse. Alex could relate. In that moment, she knew why people stayed, why they staked a claim, and called four walls home. Until that moment, Alex hadn't believed in the word home.


Women of Mystery has more two lines. Check em out. Submit some of your own, even.

4 comments:

Crystal Phares said...

Awesome. Your lines are simply awesome. Thanks for sharing!

huddlekay said...

Thanks Crys!

Travis Erwin said...

Are your lines an opening? They feel like it to me and yes, I'm hooked.

huddlekay said...

I think they are actually. just the encouragement I needed. Thanks Travis.