Kiss Me Quick {Trifextra Weekend}


Trailing kisses along the fragrant places between her skin and lace he sought her mouth.

Closing the space too quickly, tooth met tooth.


But their moans of pain soon melted to pleasure.



For Trifecta (Trifextra) this weekend

we want you to write a 33-word response that uses the word tooth.  

Your response can use any definition of the word but cannot tell the story of someone losing a tooth.


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About Kir

Kirsten is a wife after years of dating, a mom after years of infertility & a lover of shoes, words, NYC and TV dramas. A storyteller and daydreamer at heart, this is the place where her stories come to be told. Thanks for visiting.


  1. Passion captured there…agonisingly real, yet written with care..

    • says:

      thank you!
      I just loved that you visited, you don’t even need to like it.

      Have a great weekend. :)

  2. Awkward sexy!

  3. Scary how much that still happens…

    • says:

      but who’s counting??? (I’m giggling with you a lot today!)

  4. The collision of the moths can be an aphrodisiac!

    • says:

      I’m thinking that is exactly what it was….

      thanks for coming over Joe, have a great weekend!

  5. Oh.. that is nice. :-)

  6. At least they recovered quickly from the awkward bump! I’d imagine nothing kills romance like an emergency trip to the dentist :)

  7. I’ve done that. lol

  8. Ah yes, the old incisor clash….! Thanks for the memories! :)

  9. This is so wonderful, Kir! I prefer “real” love scenes–ones that show our not-always-graceful humanness. This is sexy, sweet and realistic. Well done!

  10. I felt that clang of teeth -yikes!- but oh the lovely afterword. :)) Nicely done, Kir :))

  11. Real romance :)

  12. The lesson here might be to date a dentist!

  13. This may or may not have happened to me… Yesterday. Well written, it made me laugh!

  14. Doesn’t that seem to happen to everyone at some point in their lives? lol. I think what’s great is when it happens, but it’s not weird or distracting. It’s like your poem, pleasure comes after. That ability to be comfortable with someone is magic.

  15. Ouch indeed! Very unfortunate at that precise moment. You have captured it very craftily.

  16. Eyeuch I grimaced haha Glad to know the end result was better.

  17. I loved this Kir! Smoking hot with a lovely twist!

    Happy Saturday, my friend!

  18. Sometimes passion bites.. you write passion all to well.

  19. unevenstevencu says:

    hee nice twist on the end could have gone either way i suppose but happy endings are nice

  20. Thanks for the reminder, sometimes we believe that making love is as smooth as we are led to believe in the movies

  21. I think a moment of awkward and giggle makes for more meaningful romance. Lovely shade of writing, Kir!

  22. This piece made me laugh out loud. I’ve lost track of “awkward” moments like this.

  23. Once again, you have created a perfect portrait of one aspect of our human experience, Kir! Romantic, tender, awkward, real………all captured in your 33 words! You are the unrivalled master of this type of writing! Awed to be known by someone like you.

  24. Cute and kinda steamy! Nicely done!

  25. Ooo, sexy and human. You have a knack for this! :)

  26. Only in real life. Never happens in movies. Sexy.

  27. Literally lol’d. So true.

  28. You can even make a head butt romantic…
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