Devil Girl Diaries 6 – (Where Did She Go)


Every man has that one unforgettable woman that will haunt him until his final day; the girl that got away. Allie detested television, vanilla ice cream, and missionary. She explored the depths of her sexuality; while I discovered the heights of my pain. My muse had a nickname. I called her Devil Girl. I write these words to ease my sorrows. My name is Andrew.

This is our story.

the moving train rocked gently

Devil Girl moved back and forth

against the groin that pressed her bottom

causing a smile on construction workers face

I had enough of watching

muscle man and my Allie

do the subterranean lambada

the train pulled into the station

perfect time to move toward them

the doors opened

an elderly woman boarded

I slowly helped her to the nearest seat

my gaze returned to Allie

she was gone

my eyes darted from left to right

pushed through the crowded subway car

where could she be

the train door shut

my heart resembled jungle drums

I glanced out the window

there she was

talking to the construction brute

smiling at his words

nodding as he spoke

her skirt lifting in the air

the train pulled out of the station

into the dark tunnelΒ 

You hurt me Devil Girl

You know the drill; to be continued.



73 thoughts on “Devil Girl Diaries 6 – (Where Did She Go)

  1. I am not normally a violent person, but if I could reach through this computer screen right now, I would slap you across the face. How could you leave me wanting like this for another week? REALLY!? Are you trying to drive me insane, because if you are, it’s working?! DAMN!!!

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Meg. My daughter is driving my crazy. Feel like I’m back in college. She has 4 reports (3 ten pages long) due and 5 finals next week. And her mac died. I am taking on her 10 page report on the Great Depression. A bit stressed today. Hope you are well. What do you suggest I read next on your blog?

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        1. Meg, that will be my next section to review. Yeah, I really love following writers. And I relate well to your blog. Half way done with the project. Everything my daughter has done for the class has been A. I don’t want to be the weak link that drops her final grade from A status. Don’t know who gave her the impression I write. lol Have a good one.

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  2. I hate to guess future follow up stories, however, I do believe you mentioned an elderly lady receiving assistance from this young gent to an empty seat…. hey, just because elderly women may have cataracts doesn’t mean they’re completely blind! πŸ˜€

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      1. Now I feel like a tactless idiot. Is it even worse if I say she will be turning in her grave…:)
        On a serious note, condolences on losing your mother. They are always with us in spirit so remember that when you are writing your dirty stuff!

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        1. Don’t feel that way. Devil Girl wasn’t the kind of girl to take home to mom. No doubt Mom was spinning while I was dating that crazy girl. She passed 30 years ago. LOL Yeah, well if she is with me in spirit when I write, she must still be turning over in her grave. lol Have a good one. Smile


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