lost scrolls of Jezebel – II

[…] she was standing in front of that large window, enjoying the warm breeze tousling her hair, aware of the crimson reflections of the sunset on her naked skin and of the disapproval darting at her from the eyes of some women watching her from a distance as she was unstintingly flaunting her charms. “you may stare all you want”, she smiled to herself. “in the end i know that what you hate most is neither my beauty, nor my easiness in luring men…what you actually hate is the fact that you cannot help wishing to have been endowed with the same shamelessness as i was…and in your envy, you’re just as sinful as i am, but at least my sins are at sight…” […]

© Liliana Negoi

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