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A Question of Time

by Robertson Tait
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 07/06/2018

He looked into her attentive, smouldering eyes and opined, “It seems to me that when the female form reaches menopause, their psyche turns to one of no longer appreciating and revelling in their own allure, but moving to a more serious striving to right the world.

“Their mission is set, and it oozes from every defiant, combative and challenging pore. The shift is evident and the loss of sensual playfulness hurtful, but undeniable in its righteousness.'

He watched her collect her thoughts before she pouted provocatively. “But I'm only nineteen…so we've got time, right?'

He smiled. “Yeah, we've got time.'


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