00h UTC; TUESDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2013: Late Night Thoughts while listening to "Sleepy Shores" by the Johnny Pearson Orchestra: Some remote islands in Polynesia ... perhaps the same ones which our friend Sven landed on by Fate after his parents were killed in a boating accident, his life raft guided to shore by dolphins. And where we find him essentially in his flowering, providing sexual favours in a show of naturally Polynesian hospitality.

A typically beautiful evening. Twilight segueing into dusk. His quarters for the night: A modest little house built over a rather beautiful lagoon where it's practically easy to dive into the waters if one wanted to (and for the occupants thereof, not all that uncommon, in typically Polynesian fashion). The Old Luna rising out into the sky, its reflection shimmering in the waters of a warm and at once naturally Polynesian evening. Sven comes out of a sunset dive in the lagoon (naked, in typical Polynesian fashion) ahead of the mating dance, and eventually his mate for the evening comes to show him to the house as aforementioned.

In any event, the evening's mating is typically Polynesian, the sounds of orgasm being something of a natural sacrament mingling with native songbirds and the slap of the waves on the reef just under the floor of the house, Sven naturally taking his time with his matings in typically primitive cultural fashion, not rushing it yet letting Nature take her course while recognising the Polynesian psyche which sees sex as more for fun than for procreation, typical among primitive cultures.

By the time the sun rises, Sven and his evening's partner decide to culminate their experience with a typically Polynesian morning-after dive--naked, of course, and with plenty of dolphin encounter to make the experience all the more wonderful. (Not to mention at least one attempt at underwater lovemaking, with the local dolphins being rather bemused at the sight.)

Such is love, naturally Polynesian. Especially when you've got the purest sort of dolphin swim to look forward to in the bargain.

"Another small house is finished in the next block"
(to Engrishfy the closing remarks on every episode of the "slice-of-life"
radio series Vic and Sade through the years)

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