Conversation with Martini

ME: You’re cold.

MARTINI: I could be warm. You don’t want me to be warm.

ME: I can’t wait to taste you!

MARTINI: Don’t hold me like that. You’ll lose parts of me.

ME: How do you want me to hold you?

MARTINI: Here, by the base.

ME: Oh.

MARTINI: Is that an issue?

ME: No. I just didn’t know you liked to be held like that.

MARTINI: …

ME: Okay then, ready for lips?

MARTINI: Don’t rush.

ME: Jesus, you’re cold.

MARTINI: I could be warm. You don’t want me to be warm.

ME: I’ll learn to hold you better?

MARTINI: It won’t matter once you’ve had me.


Michael Todd Cohen (@mtoddcohen) is a writer and producer living in New York. Work forthcoming in Stone of Madness Press.

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