The following short story is brand new as of today. I refrained from posting what I wrote yesterday because I think it was more of a brainstorming activity.
It was December.
I stood there staring at the shed door. It was almost 5 Am. My legs began to tremble so violently I thought I might fall, but I didn’t. Instead, I held my breath to avoid sucking in the sharp winter air and prayed Emily didn’t wake up early. I’d have to drive her to school in two hours so I had to work fast.
I reached into my fur-lined bomber jacket and grabbed the key. It felt like ice. I took a step forward and played with the lock, working the cold metals together hoping to create enough friction to melt the sliver of ice packed inside. I had nearly rendered the key useless before it slid home. After freeing the lock, I opened the door to find my beauty exactly as I left him. He was sleeping now, maybe even dead. I wasn’t sure nor did I care. All I knew was his body would still be warm from the heat lamps.
I shucked off my pants and peeled off my shirt. My balls shrunk up into my belly, but my cock was already getting hard. I gave the boy a light smack, “wake up.”
He didn’t move. I brought my fist above my head and landed it on his cheekbone. He flinched back and grimaced.
“Hey! There’s my sweet boy. For a second I thought you expired.” I lifted his head up by his hair and brought my shaft against his lips. “Suck,” I said.
“Please,” the boy whispered.
“I can’t hear you? Speak up!”
“I can’t. I feel so sick.”
I laughed before knocking out another one of his teeth. “Watch those teeth. Now get to it, we don’t have much time.”
The boy just hung from his chains, face-to-face with my throbbing member. He was starting to fall back asleep.
“I swear to god,” I said, “If you keep me waiting one more second I’ll kill your entire family.”
The boy did was he was told. I closed my eyes and thought about the trouble I’d be in when I got to work. I was supposed to set up a meeting between the partners and our newest client. It was a big case and we had a chance of winning if the client was willing to spend lots of money, which she had.
After I finished, I put my clothes back on and turned up the heat lamps. The boy wasn’t blistering enough. However, his lips were chapped enough to add more pleasure.
“I’ll be back before you know it,” I said.
“Could I have some water?”
“I can’t hear you. What’d I tell you about speaking up?”
The boy swallowed. “Can I please…. have just one drink of water.”
“Of course!” I said.
I unzipped my pants once again and shot a stream of piss at his face. The boy writhed and spit the urine all over the place. I said, “You should probably swallow some of that. It’s good for ya.”
When I finally stepped out and locked the shed, I noticed Emily’s bedroom light was one. Perfect timing. I walked around the side of the house to the mailbox to get the paper, until I saw red and blue lights. I froze. They weren’t turned on, but they didn’t have to be. Anyone in their right mind could tell it was a cop car.
It was Desmond, one of the local sheriffs.
“Mornin’,” he said.
I smiled. “It’s too damn cold if you ask me. I been living here 35 years and still can’t stand this weather.”
“Well why don’t you do us both a favor and move?” Desmond said.
I laughed. “But if I leave, who’ll fuck your wife?”
Desmond laughed even harder and said, “Watch yourself you sly bastard. I could beat the shit out of you with my night stick and still have my job in the morning!”
“Ain’t that the truth you fucking pig.” I grabbed the paper and began scanning the front page. “Any suspects yet for the Omaha kid?”
Desmond cocked an eyebrow. “Why else do you think I’m here?”
I could feel the slightest tremble travel from my toes to the tips of my fingers. My balls shrunk further into my belly. “What’re you saying, Des?”
Desmond unclipped the holster of his gun. “How long have I known you, Mitch?”
I blinked several times before I could answer. “We grew up together. ‘Bout 30 years I’d say.”
“You’re damn right.” Desmond took a few steps towards me and got so close I could smell the strawberry danish on his breath. “30 years I known you and in 30 years I got to know you pretty damn well.”
I couldn’t breathe. “You got something to tell me? Tell me now goddammit.”
Desmond unholstered his .40 cal S&W and pressed the tip of the barrel under my chin. “I woke up this morning thinkin’ it was gonna be a pretty shitty day after I knew I had to roll up to your place and see your ugly mug.”
He turned the safety off. “Are you outta your god damn mind?” I said.
Desmond smiled, the bottoms of his teeth black from years of chewing tobacco. “That makes two of us, don’t it? Of course we don’t have a fuckin’ suspect,” he said putting his gun back in its holster. “If we did, I wouldn’t be here.”
“You’re just tryin’ to get your fuck on?” I asked.
“Like I said, I woke up thinkin’ it was gonna be a shitty day. Make it better for me. Where’s that little pretty boy? Still out back?”
Desmond made his way to the shed.
“Hang on a sec,” I said.
Desmond stopped and turned towards me. I tossed him the key. “The padlock’s tricky, gotta give it some muscle.” I gave him a wink.
I went into the house and started a pot of coffee. I went upstairs to find Emily brushing her teeth. “Good morning, sweetie,” I said kissing her head.
“Daddy, why do your friends keep going into our shed?”
I laughed and shook my head. “Baby girl, I’ll tell you when you’re older.”