Saturday, June 5, 2010

Flesh in memory

Another drabble about "alfresco". Happy reading!


BBC: We’re privileged to give you a preview of the Darcy family alfresco museum.

“David, will the statue of Darcy be finally open for public viewing?”

“My great-great-great-grand mother Elizabeth wrote that the statue is for our family and friends viewing only. It was unfortunate that the Bingley sisters circulated a poor imitation of it in painting in the 1820s.”

“So you’re not going to tell us if there are one or three fig leaves there?”

David smiled and shook his head.

According to Lizzy’s Diary he found, his ancestor Elizabeth created the statue of Fitzwilliam Darcy as a present for her husband’s 40th birthday.

The striking statue took Elizabeth years to create, and she did it in secret.

In one of the diary’s entries, Lizzy wrote that she had a steamy encounter with her husband en plein air in the maze. The besotted Fitzwilliam Darcy was so eager that he brought his wife to heaven against the low bush. The rough vegetation grazed her buttocks, making her having problem to sit down properly for a few days.

She enjoyed the feel of the angular muscles on her husband’s bottoms and decided to create the gift for him.

She covered Fitzwilliam’s impressive nakedness with three fig leaves, instead of one.

Are you impressived by the Statue of Darcy?

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