The wire had been sharpened to a pin prick point. The small wooden piece of dowel made it safe to handle. She stood, trembling. I stood, eager to begin. I lit the burner and held the tip of the wire in the brightest part of the glowing flame. Red hot metal was ready in only a few moments. She stood trembling. I stood, excited. Quickly now, I only had a few moments before metal cooled. She stood, trembling. I stood, and began to create my art on the beautiful canvas that was her, one tiny buring touch at a time.
Written for MicroFantasy Monday at The Sweltering Celt this week's theme flame.
For more information on cell popping - http://www.artisticdomme.com/faq.htm (I have no connection with The Artistic Domme but she had some good answers to most people's FAQ about this body modification art and a nice gallery too).
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