Monday, October 18, 2004


The party was getting hot now. The DJ had laid on a new type of soul sound but instead of freezing in stunned silence the guests at the Disco Inferno continued the to and fro movements merged so intricately with the beat of the music. One by one the dancers burst into flame, twitching ever more rhythmically, their deepest lusts feeding the fire that consumed them. Air and body heat sweltered to the temperature of lava as swaying embers of men and women intermingled as one. A single dancer was seized suddenly by indecision: to continue the free fall into the final anonymity of smouldering ashes or struggle his way through the burning lusts and put on an ABBA CD.

Story #51

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does "Waterloo" put out "Disco Inferno"?
And does your mother know that you're out?

Graham said...

I've often had to fight the desire to burn my housemate's copy of "Dancing Queen"...

Not quite the same as what you're suggesting, but I can't help but wonder if it's somehow connected...

Rik said...

This blog is great, it's so cool to read! great job!
Now keep writing so i can visit back :)
greets,
Rik
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Robyn said...

Welcome back Inde we have missed you. I hope vacation went as well as you planned.

Love the story today. I wont mention the Buffy episode it reminds me of though. ;)

Love and Light,
Robyn

Milamber said...

Welcome back! I did miss your daily stories, so it's good to see you've started them again.

Indeterminacy said...

It's great to be missed. I really wish I could have kept up posting during my vacation. It wasn't a nice feeling to leave everybody hanging.

Most of the time we were in a cabin on the mountain Zar (the Z pronounced like a soft French J). One day was spent in Krakow and one day shopping. I bought a CD (Pidzama Porno), Polish punk. No more vacation disruptions are planned, at least not until Christmas. Hope my brain can hold out that long.

BTW, during the last two weeks I wanted to continue writing a story a day based on my notes of which photos I had. But I dont think what I came up with is as good as it could be. Plus my pace was more like one story every other day.

Robyn: I've heard of Buffy, and see the DVDs everywhere, but never saw a single episode! No matter. I don't think anything could get me off of Dark Shadows.

Anonymous said...

Dark Shadows?! You're showing your age, Indie. My wife (two years older than you) says that she and her sister would run home from school to watch that fanged soap opera...

« mush » And a welcome back from me too.