A Kiss in Disobedience

Posted by Censor Librorum on Aug 31, 2007 | Categories: Lesbian in a Catholic Sort of Way

“Esti saw she had begun this incorrectly, that she would have chosen other words, perhaps another place. It was too late now for such decisons. She looked up, through the branches of the tree, at the empty moon and the iron-cold sky. She pulled on Ronit’s hand, smiling, and saw Ronit shake a little. She knew then that Ronit felt it, too. She pulled Ronit toward her. Ronit resisted a little and then surrendered. They were standing close, under arms of the tree. She could smell the milky scent of Ronit’s American soap and the slight tang of her sweat.

Ronit said, “Really, Esti, this is freaking me out.”

Esti said, “Shhh,” leaned forward, raised herself on the balls of her feet, and placed her lips, very softly, against those of her love.

What thoughts go through Ronit’s mind after her former lover, Esti, kisses her? Read on from page 102 to find out…

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