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There was a hermit woman who lived in the land preserve near the Chestnut Hill Mall. She was called Dragon Lady because she was extremely deformed, and her scapulas looked like wings. Her body was so contorted and hunched, that to see her move made one wince. Her face was chinless and worm-like, and the pink “lips” of her eyes extended up and down her face. One of the eyes had a semi-opaque membrane over it. She was always focusing and refocusing, scanning her face across mine, never making real eye contact. Her name was Lydia, but I called her “Lid”, on account of her eye. Despite her exile from anything of any cultural value, Lid was a clever woman. Once, after we became lovers, she brought out something in a bloody cloth, which she made me smell. She told me that it was her third eye, which saw all those who talked about her behind her back. After that, instead of going home and kidding to my wife about her, I was silenced by the smelly eye. When Lid was pregnant with my child, a sort of angelic sweetness came over her. Seeing such an unfortunate specimen live in such complete happiness touched me to my soul. But after the child was born, and she knew my plans to take it, she became really nasty. She’d throw stones at me as I’d climb up to her cave, and would bite and claw me once I got there. It wasn’t easy, but the baby needed its mother’s milk, so I had to let her have it for a while. In retrospect, it was all worth it. The pain and suffering Lid once felt now seems so minor a dischord next to my beautiful, harmonious family. But god damn the sex was good.

Date Written: June 02, 2005
Author: Benny Maniacs
Average Vote: 4.16667

06/7/2005 John Slocum: You mean the cave at the land preserve near Chestnut Hill Mall?
06/7/2005 Will Disney (4): thanks for taking me down Route 9 to the rolling fields of Chestnut Hill, author. Don't know if you needed that last line. otherwise, a pleasure.
06/7/2005 Mr. Pony: Last line completely unnecessary. Otherwise lovely. Must ponder how last line affects remainder of work.
06/7/2005 qualcomm (4):
06/7/2005 qualcomm: mr. pony, your account has been hijacked by the rid!
06/7/2005 Mr. Pony: I have read your comment. I will respond to it shortly.
06/7/2005 Mr. Pony (4): (oh, it's not all that bad; that last line)
06/7/2005 Dylan Danko (4): Author, was this hermit woman married to Bill Britt?
06/7/2005 The Rid: qualcomm, that was kinda funny!
06/7/2005 The Rid: qualcomm, that was kinda funny!
06/7/2005 Litcube: [shudder]
06/7/2005 John Slocum (4.5):
06/7/2005 The Rid (3.5): Oh, this is smirk inducing and quite clever! That the sex was good is a bonus, I think. Not quite an 4, I don't think.
06/7/2005 scoop: Oh quite!
06/7/2005 Klause Muppet (4.5): This makes me sick! Good job.
06/7/2005 TheBuyer (5): yup!
06/7/2005 anonymous: No, Danko; as everyone knows, Bill Britt is a faggot.
06/7/2005 Jon Matza (4): Some choice 'loin tips here, Awe-Thor. Would've benefitted from a mention of Herman's Sporting Goods, however. Also, I believe the plural of scapula is 'scapulae' [Matza meticulously smooths back eyebrows with miniature ivory comb].
06/10/2005 Ewan Snow: Now this one's pretty good...