This week’s words: Devilish Dervish Drizzle Derelict Drywall Dandelion Deafen Darkness Dopamine((n.) a catecholamine neurotransmitter in the central nervous system, retina, and
sympathetic ganglia, acting within the brain to help regulate movement and emotion
Diapason ((n.) a full, rich outpouring of melodious sound: the compass of a voice or instrument: a fixed standard of pitch.)
Darren Dervish drizzled honey over the girl’s writhing body, his lips salivating at the thought of her not being a derelict like so many of his victims had been.
He had a devilish grin remembering the drywall competition in which they had met. It was her smile and eyes that activated the dopamine in his brain which led him to taking her off the street and into the back of his dandelion van.
At first, she had let out a deafening diapason sound which in the darkness of the night seemed louder than it actually was.
Once subdued he was able to whisk her away after drenching her in a potion to curb her enthusiasm and feet.
He surveyed his catch and realized he needed a dispensation to inflict any sort of punishment upon her. With a devilish gleam in his eye, he picked up the phone and called Dandelion Dave the derelict and deaf drenching man for his permission.
Dave was drizzling the last of his finishing agent over the drywall in his basement where he too would entertain in the darkness.