Monday, April 23, 2012

RIP

We met nearly fourteen years ago... and one remembers it clearer than yesterday. You were part of a display so bright and shiny that the light hurt one's eyes. And yet you sat there, self contained and efficient in spite of the lights blazing on your form. It was in that moment that one felt a pang of lust so strong it made one breathless and in that split second, there was such a fierce urge to possess you that one all but lunged across the aisle to your side. In fact one stood in front of you for several minutes trying to resist the urge to reach out and run a fingertip over you, before succumbing to your charms.

You were with one through two major house renovations and an assortment of odd jobs and you were a faithful companion. You survived being moved, dropped and left on the shelf when one was busy playing with others. In spite of the dalliances one always came back to you. With your rapid changeable nature who wouldn't? Besides with your small light form you could get into places that others couldn't.

And tonight you broke one small slave's heart when you were plugged in and that faint whiff of electrical death tainted the air...
Yes there will be others; bigger, stronger, faster and a damned sight heavier. Like the one pulled out to do the job at hand as it became obvious that, in spite of your valiant efforts, you were no longer up to the job. Even as you struggled to get the last screw in with your dying breath... one held you knowing you would never work again
Farewell little Black and Decker Firestorm... you were the best drill a girl could have

3 comments:

part time submissive said...

"The art of dying graciously is nowhere advertised, in spite of the fact that its market potential is great."- Milton Mayer

So basically its time to buy a new one. Great choice by the way. Excellent model.

Vixen B-Ab said...

*admires her firestorm sitting on the shelf*

*sends up a little prayer for it's longevity*

Conina said...

My Black and Decker stuff dies faster than anything else... though I do have a little 14.4 B&D cordless drill that worked a treat when my more powerful one sprained my right hand and I had to use my left for drilling for almost a month...