Part 3 of 3
***originally published on My "Fan Fiction" Page***
Sara and Marie delivered shots on the ball and the ball danced back and forth to avoid the prods. It twirled in desperate attempts to protect the most sensitive target of the competitors. Sara and Marie were good at the game. If the ball backed in they were experts at the underhand stroke between the legs to the back of the balls often compelling the ball to propel forward to the opposite court with an exposition of twitching muscles. Sometimes if there were spectators, they would deliver a shot to the exposed anis and a rousing shock that often accomplished a significant surprised yelp and forward momentum. The laugh from spectators reddened the ball. Sometimes the ball twirled in the middle of the court round and round. As the ball twirled and the front circle to view Sara and/or Marie would deliver a hand or forearm strike with the off hand to slow the twirl and prod the exposed preferred target, the dangling sensitive meat. Sometimes the ball tried to walk a fine centerline on tiptoes to try to occupy a slim neutral center zone... Both Sara and Marie would press forward with simultaneous strikes from both sides causing the ball to jump and try to run back and forth abandoning all hopes of an escape.
Sara and Marie received a great workout as the ball descended to collapse. Sometimes the ball has some endurance lasting longer than usual. This often drew spectators to admire the game cheering on one side or the other.
Sara and Marie played to the end, the ultimate collapse of the ball. It hung inanimate from the rope. A competitor to the end, the lady on whose side the ball last landed, charged the prod and delivered a shocking, burning zap to the tender flesh. The ball did not move. Could not move. Frustrated, she kicked the ball hard letting off steam. The ball hung limp. The game was done.
A winner declared and congratulations delivered, both competitors appreciating the competition and workout. Sara and Marie clasped hands with sportsmanship, and headed to the court side tables and chairs to sip water and chat some more."