11-07-2011, 09:57 PM
The teenage boy was in the middle of a field. He was surrounded by mountains, and the sky was a beautiful cobalt blue. The sun shined like an amber jewel high in the sky. The boy had dark brown hair and hazel eyes that shinned from the angle of the sunlight. The boy looked into the air, and saw a white dragon glide down to him from the sky. He'd been friends with her for as long as he could remember, since he was a child he believed. The boy walked to her at an impatient pace. He stopped two feet in front of her. They were the same size; six feet tall. Their faces were lined with each others perfectly. "I missed you." the dragon said, wrapping her head around the boy. The dragon looked at the boy who turned red in the cheeks. The boy was sensitive. His emotions would go higher than others whenever he was given affection, sadness or joy. The boy looked at the dragon. Her eyes were a deep violet, and the iris was bigger than a humans. He gazed into them, entranced by the strong color. The dragon walked away from him, and went behind a tree that was large enough to hide her completely. The boy chased after her, but before he could run around the tree, she re-appeared, but something changed. She was human. She wore nothing but a white dress that dragged against the grass; the white dress representing her white scales, and the long end represented her tail. "I had no idea you could do such a thing." the boy said in surprise. "Dragons are full of surprises." she said. The boy saw her eyes were still the same deep, strong purple. She moved close to him. "I know how you feel about me....deep down." she said. The boy turned his head, and blushed severely. She took a hand, and stroked his cheek. "Please....don't." the boy said softly. "I'm not afraid. I'm not disgusted by your feelings." she said. The boy looked at her in the corner of his eyes. "I want you to show me how deep those feelings are." The boy turned his head to her completely. "Please..." he begged. She moved closer to him, and saw tears drip down his eyes. "There's no need to cry. All you have to do it let go." she said comforting him. The boy looked into her purple eyes again. Down inside, she was still the beautiful white dragon he knew. Suddenly, he didn't care anymore. He leaned forward slowly, and touched his lips to hers. He wrapped his arms around her, and started to tighten his hold. His lips didn't leave hers for even a second. They both breathed heavily. She too wrapped his arms around him. The boy cried, but didn't make a sound as his feeling intensified. The boy had fallen for her, and his tears of happiness were unleashed upon letting his true feelings surface. Forever came to their minds when their lips left one another. "I want you forever." the boy said to her. She smiled. "And you will forever." she replied.