Stalking her

«Nothing prepares us for the unforeseen, only your ability to create solutions can do it»

The Messenger

By Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa 

Painani paid attention when she realized that a man was looking at her in a way that caused her fear, she understood that the brain of that subject was designed for reproduction and all reasoning was superfluous.

In his gaze she understood that he was willing to convince her or force her to surrender to his desires, this assured him power over her and her future, that man who looked at her with a desire that bordered on lust meant an advantage in the preservation of the lineage, even if he wasn’t so clear about it himself, at least Painani tried to understand it that way.

She knew that falling before this man’s dominance would rob her of the opportunity to make her mission real. She intuitively grabbed at her obsidian dagger as the only resource she had. She understood that it would not be enough to run with all his strength the male had a muscular and stronger body to reach her.

Painani said to him: You run the risk before the edge of my dagger

The most valuable tool she had was not the dagger but her mind and the strategy that she managed to develop would give her that power, moving by intuition or instinct was not important. The strength of that man in heat, he was not going to think.

Painani with the force of her cunning stood energetically in front of that enraged being and shouted:

“I am Painani and my owner is the wind, you will not be able to tame me, nor keep a future fruit of my blood, you run the risk before the edge of my dagger ” 

With that said, she placed the dagger in the middle of her legs… The man looked at her with wide eyes and was lost with wide strides deep into the jungle.

Fotograph Flint dagger

Categorizadas como Short Tale

Por Ariadne Gallardo Figueroa

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