"Thank you for taking me out tonight, the dance was a lot of fun," she said.
She turned and walked to her door, then I smiled, looking at the back of her head, I smiled.
She stopped and turned around to look at me, "what are you smiling about?" She giggled and looked and my goofy, lopsided smile.
"You," I said, "how is it that I end up with a perfect angle like you?" I asked still smiling and looking at her.
She came back to me silently and placed her warm and delicate porcelain hands on my broad chest, "how is it that I'm blessed with you?" she asked.
She moved her hands and draped her arms across my wide shoulders, I could feel her hands interlace behind my neck they were warm and felt right, laying there warm against my skin.
Her skin was tanned from many days in the summer sun, it seemed to glow with happiness and love, it was warm and loving against my skin.
She smiled at me with her perfectly straight, symmetrical, smile.
Her smile was soft and white, like the first few flakes of soft winter snow, it kissed softly against your cheeks and made you feel wonderfully numb all over.
She looked at me with her treetop green eyes, that seemed to have the pattern of vines wrapping around an old dying tree stump.
She tightened her grip on me and rested her head on my chest as she hugged me the loose hair from her braided crown caressed my chin and neck.
Her hair was like fire jumping up to touch my neck it looked like it was supposed to burn but instead, it welcomed me to wrap my arms around her waist and lay my head on hers.
She pulled out and looked at me straight in the eyes then she went on her toes and
Her lips were as soft as cotton, they touched mine and my mind was racing, I didn't even think I just leaned into her pressing my lips against hers.
Some might say the kiss was too long but I say it was too short when those delicate fairytale lips pulled from mine my eyes open to see her
She was leaning on me murmuring something, I lifted her chin and she looked at me she was so happy she was crying
She said it
I said it
and that was the most wonderful thing I have ever known.
Author Notes: How was it?