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He stared at the pitcher’s hands, and as he gripped the bat, he thought of her wrists and their slender compliance; he knew she was behind him, watching with hope. He stared at the pitcher, and crouched to swing; it made his legs feel taut, and he thought of them resting between hers. His lower back felt tired, and there was a little twinge in his groin. He watched the pitcher prepare to wind up, and he breathed a shallow sigh – as it was all he had time for – and recalled her arms around…Continue