the hidden lane, secluded and rugged by arched trees, a sombre light lit the
paradise. It was crowned by golden-brown gemstone, a perfect figure poised with
raw masculinity that made the flowers and nature go hysterical around him.
stood there watching her love, while the gentle wind entertained him with the
scent of roses. His chocolate brown hair was combed backwards, while the wind was
busy her ruffling his hair.
upon his bronzed forehead as they gradually fell into the oceans of vision. Two
brown isles; isles where his angel found her love. Eyes which could create or
destroy and could pierce even a diamond. Those of richness, two suns dehydrated
to brown and let afloat in an ocean frozen white.
Her eyes then
rose upon the hollow mountain, a smooth one, battling the air as they rushed in
and out. Those gateways of speech, his melting voice which set her thoughts on
fire. The lips of Adam like a bow-arched; every contour of those which she
already knew, held up by his stubborn jaws. Every time she blushed, the jaws
held pride and arrogance. The smooth satin skin stretched over his shallow
cheek and square jaws.
His neck bent,
searching for his lady; a tiny streak of sweat, golden against light, ran down
his neck. Distracted, she heard him hum, as the familiar bliss took over her,
for the last time, she stepped into light, her paradise.
she knew why; he was yet to know.
As soon as he
saw her; she pulled him and embraced. He felt the urgency and tightened his
grip. His precious one he held in his hands, he felt her fluttering. Alarmed he
looked into her eyes, there was pain, and a silent tear drained his face, she
could no longer bear. She kissed him; he jerked away, cupped her face, letting
his eyes pierce into her soul, he waited,
know something is very wrong, say it".
words, she stared at him, tears crushed her eyes. The wind dimmed the lights
around that it was almost but dark. She held him for one last time, kissed him
and stepped back. She couldn't bring herself to tell, however she had to do it,
she whispered moving away from him,
his arms into emptiness, which paralyzed his senses that refused to believe
that she was gone. Heart-broken, he knew this was not going to be forever and
AnDy was in trouble. When light dawned on his paradise again, he knew his
search had just begun