July 29, 2011

infinite desire

if the guests had missed the sumptuous serving of prurient red roses erupting from classical vessels at the door, then they should not ignore the double dose of aphrodite charm meant to incite curious cravings for what lies beyond the lush velvet curtains. they were actually in for a treat because it was just a prelude to an evening of private celebration under the auspices of romance for a select few of the hostess' contemporaries. red being the color of love and passion, it was the choice hue to evoke romance into the night's ambience. of course, gold luminescence reflected off the luxuriant fabrics used added that necessary grandeur to complete the look of the evening. we only hoped that our efforts had sufficiently established a luscious environment for the hostess and guests to savor their fine repasts.

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