I was sitting up in bed, my glasses on, reading silently.
She was next to me, naked, legs spread, knees up in the air. Her position reminded me of a frog stuck on its back, its vulnerable underbelly exposed. Not a flattering juxtaposition, but that’s what went through my mind as I looked at her, caressing her spread, dewy pussy with her right hand, her left squeezing her left breast and then her right. She was clearly trying to give herself the love and attention she wasn’t receiving from me. Filling her pussy with her three fingers, pinching and pulling her nipples, rubbing her hand over her tum, licking her fingers. Moaning.
“Don’t you ever tire of reading?” she finally asked, pouting.
“Don’t you ever tire of fucking yourself silly?” I retorted.
“Say what you will, I am a damn good fuck. Better than most.”
“Present company excluded,” I added.
“I wouldn’t say that necessarily.”
She was trying to get my ire up, or something up.
“What are you reading, anyhow?” she asked out of frustration.
“Is that the title of the book?”
“No, but that would make a good title,” I said, pulling out my little notebook and writing the thought down.
“Oh no, now you’re reading and writing!”
“An abstract is a summary of the contents of a book, a paper, a dissertation.”
“Then why don’t they call it a summary?”
“I don’t know. I don’t make the rules.”
“Well, is that abstract so good that you wouldn’t have the full-color, complete package, right here in-the-flesh?”
“Darling. . .”
“You prefer the abstract over the real?”
“I. . .”
“Philosophers should come with a warning label!”
“And what, prey tell, would that warning be?”
“WARNING: Prefers to contemplate own navel over contemplating your anus!”
“You want me to contemplate your anus?”
“No, never mind. I can do it myself,” she said, putting her knees behind her head and curving her torso forward while simultaneously grabbing her butt cheeks with her hands and pushing her ass toward her face.
“Nice parlor trick,” I said. “You’ve been doing yoga while I’m at work?”
“No, I’ve been contemplating my anus.”
“And what have you discovered with all that contemplation?”
“That it is eminently fuckable and sublimely beautiful.”
“Is that so?”
“May I fuck it?”
“Do you want it for real, or merely abstractly?”
“You know, there’s a branch of mathematics that is strictly theoretical.”
“So, what’s that have to do with my ass?”
“I’m merely pointing out that even something as grounded and concrete as math can exist on a fictional plane. People think that there is nothing more basic than one-plus-one equals two, that these numbers are based in empirical facts like stones or sticks. But even the number one and the number two are abstractions.”
“I’m interested in making one and one equal one.”
It took me a while to understand her mathematical metaphor.
She was still twisted in her pretzel shape.
“Can you lick it?” I asked.
“I’m working on it since at this rate, it’s the only cunnilingus I’m going to get.”
“You remind me of the ouroboros now.”
“What is that?”
“It is the image of a snake eating its own tail. It became the symbol for infinity because it never ends.”
“Appropriately symbolic, for you never stop talking and start fucking.”
“And your desire is infinite.”
“Everyone’s desire is infinite.”
“I’m afraid you are generalizing from the specific. Quite the no-no in logic.”
“Do you want my ass, or don’t you?” she asked impatiently.
“If you’re offering it, then sure I do!”
She released from the yoganidrasana pose. “Well, you’ll have to use your imagination because that’s something you’re only going to experience on a fictional plane.”
“But. . .”
“Imagine it vividly and then you can write all about it.”
“But Lo, you know that I’m not a fiction writer. Our readers expect accounts of my sex life with Lola!”
“What sex life? It’s more like Lola’s sex life with Lola as H.H. exists on the astral plane.”
“Have you ever had sex in the astral plane?”
“No, I’ve had cocks in my ass and it felt divine. And I’ve had sex on a plane (with myself). Maybe one day I’ll have anal sex on a plane and be transported to that heavenly realm again.”
“The astral plane?”
“No, the anal orgasm.”
“I’ll take you there.”
“To hell you will. I want you in my cunt.”
“Why won’t you give me your ass?”
“Because you simply don’t deserve it. Make me cum in my cunt and then we’ll see if you graduate to the advanced class. If you can get it up for one, you can get it up for the other.”
“Isn’t it more like, if you can get it up for two?”
“You know what I mean. Do you want to spend our time in bed discussing nomenclature and numbers, or do you want to ram your cock hard in my cunt?”
“You wax poetic when you’re horny, you know that?”
She was done with language and she reached down to grab my member. I was very hard by this point.
“Looks like you are ready to give me what I want. I know how to excite you.”
“Your intellectual conversation of theoretical planes of existence was a real turn-on.”
“I bet it was, now get behind me and show me how deeply you love me.”
She rolled onto her tum and put her ass in the air. I mounted her from behind and pulled her hair. She instantly gushed like an overripe fruit, sensitive to the touch.
“Yeah, Daddio, that’s it.”
I delved deep inside her. I could feel the tip of my rod touching the target, tantalizing and teasing that tender tuft of nerves that turns on the tap, unleashing a torrent.
Within mere seconds, she was flooding the bed with her happiness.
“Fuck, fuck, fuck, fuck!” she repeated again and again, grasping the sheets and holding on for dear life.
I don’t mean to give myself much credit for any special sexual talent. It really wasn’t very difficult. She was primed and ready before I even penetrated her. The time it took to bring her to climax was approximately half the time of our conversation about it.
When she had recovered her senses, she looked over at me and smiled.
I picked up my book again and said, “I’m glad I could please you darling. Had I known it would only be a matter of a moment, I wouldn’t have protested so much.”
She simply said, “It was the talk about abstractions that turned me on. You know I’m a sapiosexual.”
“Indeed,” I replied.
“What’s the abstract about, anyhow?”
“Of course it is.”