The City Of San Francisco

By:Andrew Troy Keller

At first,the only thing that two San Francisco natives,Hannah Russo and George Gorman had going for them was just pure friendship and nothing more.

But that was until one Sunday afternoon,for after the two good friends had finshed having lunch at a nearby Wendy's and started walking home,it had suddenly began to rain and everything was getting soaked--including Hannah and George,who had no choice,but to run all the way to his place.

As soon as they've entered the apartment and noticed how soaking wet they were,the two friends had gone into the bathroom and started removing their wet clothes.

Just then,after they've hung their wet stuff up to dry,both Hannah and George had looked at each other's nude bodies and suddenly saw how wonderful they really were,causing them to move closer to each other,wrapped their arms around each other and kiss ever so passionately on the lips,for getting caught in the rain on the way home had suddenly ignited the fires of passion within the both of them.

Suddenly,after the kiss,Hannah had suggested that they should go into the bedroom and continue their little game of passion in there.

And after George had agreed with Hannah's suggestion,they both had moved themselves out of the bathroom and into the bedroom,where they had continued their embrace of passion,while the rain had continued to pour down on the city of San Francisco and the rest of its citizens.

Several hours later,after they had started moving harder and faster and their lovemaking had reached its final path to Fisherman's Wharf,the two lovers had collasped due to exhaustion and Hannah had placed her head on George's chest.

And then,while he was running his gentle fingers through Hannah's hair,George had confessed to her that he had fallen in love with Hannah on the very first day on which he had laid his eyes on her and saw the most beautiful woman in the world.

He had also told her that the reason as to why he was unable to say anything to her about it on that first day was that he didn't want her to think that he was some sort of weird geek,or something like that.

But then,after she had heard what George had said,Hannah had let out a small chuckle,looked at George and told him that she was feeling the exact same way about him.

And after they both had realized that they were acting like a pair of scared high school kids over nothing,both Hannah and George had snuggled up to each other and fallen asleep in each other's naked arms.

A couple of hours later,after she had woken up and noticed that she was the only person in the room,Hannah had noticed a note on the pillow next to her,which said,'Hannah--I'm sorry that I didn't wake you up,but I've figured that you've needed some more sleep.By the time you find this note,I'll be at Long John Sliver's getting dinner for the both of us,which we'll soon be eating by candlelight.Afterwards,I'll put on this great new CD that I've bought and dance slowly to the wonderful tunes on it.Be back soon.--Love,George."

And after she had let out a small smile and allowed a single tear to run down her cheek,Hannah had gotten out of bed,put on a bathrobe and went into the kitchen,where she was able to find a perfectly good bottle of 1896 Chabree in the refrigerator.

After she had gotten a pair of wine glasses out of the cupboard and placed them on the dining room table,Hannah had opened the bottle and poured the wine into the glasses,just before George had returned with the take out from Long John Silver's.

And after he had noticed that she was able to find the Chabree,George had let out a smile,placed the food on the table and gave Hannah a very passionate kiss on the lips.

So now,whatever happened to the two friends turned lovers after that one passionate Sunday?

Well,as it just so happens,a few months later,both Hannah Russo and George Gorman had gotten married and decided to stay in the one city where they had discovered that they were more than just good friends--the city of San Francisco.