Lovely Intoxication.

I like this scene. I want to elaborate on it.

The candle flickered, throwing their shadows against the wall, and she didn't even notice when it burned too high; she was oblivious to anything else around her. The house could have burned down completely before she would smell the smoke or feel the fire around her, because as soon as she felt the heat of his desire against her skin, her senses were lost. The sight and smell of him intoxicated her and, at that moment, nothing mattered but him. All she could see was the longing in his eyes, and all she could hear was his breathing. The only thing she felt was his skin melting into hers, and the only thing she could smell was him. She had lost her mind, and she didn't want it back.
allyrs allyrs
22-25, F
1 Response Jul 18, 2010

Thanks. =]