Fourteen years old and in the woods. God, you skin is so smooth, so tight. Is all girl’s underwear so thin? It’s maybe the most overpowering thing I’ve ever seen with my own eyes. You smell clean, your hair is long and perfect.
My heart is racing. No. Pounding. Everything is alive, my skin is electric. I’m terrified, I’m shaking. I imagine it shot from a helicopter, two tiny specks at first, wide. Coming closer just as the boy pulls the girl’s shirt over her head and drops it to the grass near their feet.
Your skin is white and soft. You are the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen. I’ve never seen a girl in her bra before. Everything is humming, we’re alone in the middle of nowhere but it’s a wide open space, not hidden under trees or bushes. A wide open field.
I unbuttoned your pants. Not knowing where I got the courage.