Thursday, November 29, 2012
He looked across the room. She didn't see him watching her. Looking at her smile, the way one corner of her mouth turned up before her lips parted, her teeth sparkled in the light.
Her hair bounced in disorganized waves, the light catching the soft brown ringlets and casting itself asunder. Blue eyes, emitting a seeming luminescence of their own, drew him in, made him hungry for her.
Until she looked his way.
He turned, slightly away, looking vacantly yet keeping her in his peripheral, until her head once again cast itself away, and he could steal a gaze again.
She looked across the room. He didn't see her watching him. Looking at his smile, the way his unreserved mouth, his full lips opened wide, his teeth shone in the light.
His hair, cut short and brushed, ordered, the light blondness casting light like a beacon, drew her in, made her hungry for him.
Until he looked her way.
She turned, slightly away, looking vacantly yet keeping him in her peripheral, until his head once again cast itself away, and she could steal a gaze again.