The Eclectic Pen - Him & Her


By: Tally R.   + 15 more  
Date Submitted: 10/15/2009
Genre: Romance
Words: 301
Rating:


  He was tall and broad, his hair naturally waved at the top, untidy, but slick. His big blue eyes where like deep pools of water, gently rippling and mesmerizing. His overgrown hair, falling around his eyes, was chocolate colored, deep brown, turning hazelnut at the tips. His tall, strong body lingered, just waiting. He ran his hand through his hair, getting the strands out of his eyes, but slowly the chocolate-hazelnut strands where back where they started. He smoothed out his wrinkled, grey, button up shirt. He drew in a deep breath and shoved his hands in his pockets, his intense eyes glued and locked on the door in front of him.
Suddenly the door opened. The long, lanky shadow of a girl spread across the floor. Slowly he looked up. His eyes met with hers. She had lush green eyes, streaks of wind blowing her red hair across their faces.
“How-?” she hesitated. He smiled as she suddenly wrapped her arms around him, Her face burrowed into his shirt as he placed his warm hands on her back. He could feel her heart beating against his skin, fast paced but steady. Her sweet smelling hair overcoming him, he truly pondered that she was beautiful. She pulled back, still in his arms, and stared at his face. Her green eyes clashed with his blue. Her face was something he could not translate, or maybe even understand. She was sad, relieved, but joyful. Somehow he saw a tear and wiped it from her cheek. She fell in his arms again. Suddenly she pulled back once more to say something, and as soon as she moved her lips, he stopped it with a kiss. With his whole life spinning around him, he only knew, he could only want to stay there forever.


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Jesse (EddyKrueger) - 10/22/2009 4:06 AM ET
That was beautiful Tally. Very romantic, which is hard to accomplish sometimes. I hope your inspiration to write further develops.
Michal W. (Princess101) - 3/11/2010 11:02 PM ET
I agree with Jesse, it is hard to write something like that.
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