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Socialist sororal kiss

By Cheeze
Created: 2023-12-31 18:14:51
Expiry: Never

  1. Short little thing inspired by pic related, posted on EaW thread earlier this month.
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  4. >Masha froze awkwardly at Karamelka's teasing. The younger mare turning to the older one with a nervous smile.
  5. >"My apologies miss Karamelka, I..." The younger mare paused. "I'm not particularly experienced in those cultural aspects of socialism."
  6. >Karamelka gave a chuckle, "It's quite alright, sorry to tease you. Are you with somepony?" The older mare looked around the quiet afternoon people's market.
  7. >Masha shook her head in a negative, "I like to walk around the market when I have free time; the noise helps me relax and think."
  8. >The older mare smiled at Masha. "A kindred spirit. I walk the market as well, though I've been without a walking partner for some time. May I join you?"
  9. >Masha gave a nod to Karamelka and pointed down the road. The older socialist joined the younger military officer and the two proceeded together.
  10. >The market was busy with ponies engaging back and forth at the various stalls, and a few hawkers tried to get the pair to look at their wares.
  11. >Masha was ignoring one of the clothing hawkers as he tried to sell her something when Karamelka spoke up.
  12. >"It does work with your mane quite nicely," the older mare said, stopping.
  13. >"What?" Masha asked stopping to turn to Karamelka and then the hawker who held a light blue scarf in one hoof with an eager grin.
  14. >"The scarf would go well with your mane dear." Karamelka reiterated smiling to the younger mare. The hawker nodded enthusiastically with a large smile.
  15. >"The young mare will draw the eyes of many stallions with a nice scarf!" The hawker said, lifting and flipping and folding the light blue scarf around with excitement.
  16. >"I don't need a scarf," Masha said dismissively, waving a wing to the stallion hawker and Karamelka.
  17. >The stallion flattened his ears but Karamelka turned to the stallion, "How much?" she asked.
  18. >"For you twenty five bits!" The stallion offered. "For this younger gruff and tough soldier mare, thirty five." Masha scrunched up her snoot at the comment.
  19. >Masha was about to make a snappy comment to the stallion though when Karamelka gave him a small purse of bits. "Keep the change." she said.
  20. >The stallion made a happy whinnying noise before handing over the scarf and promptly trotting back towards a cart with other scarves and small articles of clothing.
  21. >"Why did you do that?" Masha asked in a confused tone, cocking her head at Karamelka who approached with the scarf.
  22. >"Does a comrade need an excuse to do something nice?" Karamelka asked. "Keep still."
  23. >Karamelka wrapped the scarf around Masha's neck in a corkscrew fashion before stepping back and admiring.
  24. >"How does it look?" Masha queried, looking down at the scarf and then back up at Karamelka.
  25. >"I suppose you'll find out if the stallions pay you more attention." Karamelka answered, giving a gentle smile before walking beside Masha. "Shall we continue?"
  26. >Masha nodded curtly to Karamelka before continuing on together in silence. If there was a stallion or two paying attention to Masha, she did not notice.
  27. >The two approached the edge of the market near the large and decorative pegasi bridge leading across the river by Petershoof.
  28. >Karamelka briefly took the lead walking, heading to a low bench near the middle of the bridge. Karamelka took a seat followed by Masha looking east downriver.
  29. >The pair sat in silence until Masha spoke up looking at the older mare. "Thank you for the scarf comrade. Though I'm not sure it helped to draw the eyes of any stallion to me."
  30. >Karamelka turned and answered, "I saw a few looking at you, though I do not think many would have approached you."
  31. >"But if you make walking through the people's market here a habit..." Karamelka trailed off thoughtfully.
  32. >Masha flushed slightly at the older mare's suggestion. "Why are you doing this, Miss Karamelka?" Masha asked curiously.
  33. >Karamelka turned to face down the river again and there was a long pause before she answered. "You remind me of someone I used to know."
  34. >Masha took interest at Karamelka's recollection, turning to face her. "Who?" Masha asked.
  35. >"My husband." Karamelka answered. Masha's ears folded her ears down, it was no secret that Karamelka's husband had died years ago; one of the first targets of the corrupt Boyars.
  36. >"Don't look sad." Karamelka said looking at Masha and continuing, "He was something of a trouble maker and firebrand like another pony I know. Part of why I fell in love with him."
  37. >Karamelka smiled genuinely at Masha who returned a smile. "You are a vigilant mare, thinking about the revolution and how best to guard it." The older mare said.
  38. >A stallion trotted by on the bridge, passing in front of Masha and Karamelka, smiling at them.
  39. >"But you should remember to enjoy the fruits of the revolution too," Karamelka added, looking at the stallion who passed by.
  40. >Masha looked at the stallion then her scarf as he moved further away then turned to give a small nod and smile to Karamelka.
  41. >Karamelka opened her mouth to speak but was interrupted by a clock tower beginning to strike, prompting her to stand to her hooves.
  42. >Masha quickly stood to join the older mare, but she shook her head.
  43. >"Sorry Miss Masha, I must retire from our walk for now, but what say we do this again next week?" Karamelka asked.
  44. >Masha gave a curt nod before answering, "I would like that, Miss Karamelka very much."
  45. >Karamelka smiled and nodded before approaching Masha, giving her a brief sororal kiss followed a playful wink and trotting off.

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by Cheeze

Socialist sororal kiss

by Cheeze