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Art by John and Flo Stanton

The Bather

 

Peter Baltensperger

 

 

 

Christine was lying in her bathtub full of fragrant bubbles. She had one hand between her legs and was rubbing her clit very slowly and gently so as to prolong the sensuous feeling for as long as she possibly could. She enjoyed those afternoons when she was at home and could pamper herself and indulge in something enjoyable just for herself. She worked hard enough the rest of the time.

 

Outside it was a beautiful, warm spring afternoon.

 

“You should go outside more often,” somebody said.

 

In a pioneer village somewhere far away, a town crier was swinging his bell and announcing the time of day. “Four o’clock and all is well,” he proclaimed. The sound of the bell reverberated through the warm afternoon air until it dissipated and lost itself somewhere in the distance.

 

“Oh yes, yes, yes,” Christine said.

 

Outside the cars were driving along. One honked, apparently for no reason.

 

Christine was fantasizing about the perfect man she knew was out there somewhere, waiting for her. She just had to be patient. Their paths would cross sooner or later, perhaps sooner, perhaps later, perhaps much later, perhaps not at all. Christine refused to accept that last possibility. She had been putting up with less than perfect men for a long time, and she was getting tired of feeling she had to settle for something less than she deserved.

 

A gaggle of geese was flying overhead. Since it was spring, they were heading north where they had left a few months ago to fly south. They were all honking, but not as loud as the car on the street because they were high up in the air. The distinct possibility existed that they were flying through the sound of the bell as it reverberated through the air.

 

The story went something like this: Somewhere in a hotel room, a man took a breast in his hand and massaged it and rubbed it ardently and with great enjoyment for quite some time. He loved breasts, and he loved to caress the breast in his hand, the longer the better. He was married, but the breast wasn’t his wife’s.

 

The woman whose breast it was already had her legs spread wide and knees pulled up, her pussy invitingly open. So the man decided to climb on top of her and enter her, though he would have preferred to hold her breast for a while longer.

 

The woman wrapped her arms around him and pressed him so close that her breasts started to ache. They also ached from being fondled so vigorously and passionately earlier.

 

“Yes, yes, yes,” Christine said.

 

The woman with the man on top of her said the same thing when the man brought her to a climax and she shivered with delight. The man climaxed shortly after, climbed off her, and rolled over on his back. He could hear the car honking outside, although he couldn’t hear the geese from the hotel room where he was.

 

“When are you going to leave your wife?” the woman wanted to know.

 

“Soon,” the man answered. He wasn’t in any mood to discuss his wife. All he wanted to do was to enjoy the afterglow of his orgasm and lie quietly on the bed.

 

“How soon?” the woman wanted to know.

 

“Soon,” the man said. He would be leaving his wife sooner or later, perhaps sooner, perhaps later, perhaps much later, perhaps not at all.

 

The woman lying beside him was beginning to think that that last possibility was probably the closest to what she could expect.

 

Christine’s perfect man was in the tub with her with all the fragrant bubbles. He was sitting at one end, she at the other. There were scented candles all around the room and Christine and the man were holding champagne glasses in their hands, sipping slowly. The man extended his leg and found her pussy with his toes. He pushed against her with his big toe until he came to her clit and started to rub it up and down, up and down.

 

“Yes, yes, yes,” Christine said.

 

The woman lying in bed with the man didn’t say anything.

 

The man climbed off the bed. He put on his clothes, slowly and leisurely. The woman kept looking at his flaccid penis, wishing it would be big and hard again and she could stroke it and play with it and impale herself on it. Unfortunately, it wasn’t.

 

The man finished getting dressed, went to the woman’s side of the bed, kissed her lightly on the cheek, and left the room.

 

Outside it was a beautiful, warm afternoon. This time, he could hear the geese. He looked up and watched them flying north. Then he walked slowly back to his office to busy himself at his desk for the rest of the afternoon.

 

Perhaps someday he would be leaving his wife, although he was beginning to think that the possibility was rather remote. It might be easier for him to find another woman whose breast he could take into his hand. They could start all over again and he wouldn’t have to listen to questions he didn’t want to answer.

 

“Yes, yes, yes,” the other woman with the ready breast said.

 

Christine’s bath water was getting rather cool. She reached for the hot water tap and turned it on. She let the hot water run into the tub until the bath water was warmer again. Then she regulated the taps until the water coming out of the tap wasn’t hot anymore but pleasantly warm. She positioned herself underneath the tap, braced her legs against the wall above the taps, and let the pleasantly warm water flow down over her pussy for a while.

    

“Yes, yes, yes,” she said.

 

Her perfect man didn’t say anything. He climbed out of the tub, bent down, kissed her lightly on the cheek, and left the room.

 

Outside it was a beautiful, warm afternoon. He strolled leisurely along the street, watching the cars go by, listening to a car honk for no apparent reason, watching the geese flying overhead, and thinking about Christine.

 

She herself was getting tired of lying in the tub. She increased the pressure on her clit, rubbed it hard, and brought herself to a most enjoyable orgasm that kept eddying through her body, all the way down to her toes.

 

“Yes, yes, yes,” she said.

 

She climbed out of the tub, removed the stopper, and reached for her clothes. She was just about to get dressed when she decided to treat herself some more and spend the rest of the day in the nude. She liked being naked whenever she could or felt like it.

 

She went into the kitchen and cooked her supper in the nude, ate her culinary morsels in the nude, washed and dried the dishes and cleaned up the kitchen in the nude, and went into the living room to watch TV in the nude.

 

She took her breasts into her hands and stroked them tenderly, lovingly, imagining it was her perfect man who was fondling her.

 

“Yes, yes, yes,” she said.    

 

 

 

Peter Baltensperger is a Canadian writer of Swiss origin and the author of ten books of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. His stories, poems, essays, and articles have also appeared in several hundred publications around the world. His erotic writing has been published in The International Journal of Erotica, In the Buff, Erotic Tales, Sinister Tales, and The Mammoth Book of Erotic Confessions; and appears online in Oysters & Chocolate, Eros Monthly, Bare Back Magazine, Peacockblue, and The Erotic Art of Samarel. He makes his home in London, Canada with his wife Viki and their two cats and a tortoise.

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