Remix: Portrait of a Voyeur (the Melon Overdub) [Muraki, Hisoka, Tsuzuki, 100 words, rated PG-13 for possible implications], by wordsofastory
The sorcerer creates the melon with both beauty and flavor, but also more, a one-way conduit for sensation. He neglects to mention this in the accompanying note.
The first hands to touch it are brief. They are, perhaps, curious, but for now no more than that.
But other hands come, lifting, stroking. This one enjoys pleasure and is quick to lose himself. The melon fills his mouth with cool, fragrant liquid. His knife grows slick, his fingers sticky. He scrapes soft flesh from the rind. Juice runs. He sighs extravagantly.
And when nothing remains of melon or spell, Muraki smiles.