Poetic Worlds-The barrier between worlds
She noticed him from afar.
She had wanted a closer look of of him.
She flew past him.
He didn’t see her.
She brushed by him.
He didn’t feel her.
She lightly blew on his strong neck.
There was a part of him that felt her but couldn’t see her.
There was a part of him that knew she was there but couldn’t see past the veil that separated them.
They were from two different worlds.
He was from the mundane world.
She was from the shadow world.
But somehow she noticed him from afar.
Somehow her heart had started beating once more.
Somehow she...felt again.
She wanted to know him.
She wanted to learn what made him tick.
She wanted him... to see her.
He walked with his head bowed. His hands huddled in his jackets pocket.
He was oblivious of the world around him.
That was going to change.
She focused her energy on her surroundings.
She called forth her life spirits.
She centred herself.
Then she gently brushed by him.
A breath escaped her at the feel of his skin on hers.
And she was falling with the force of his push against her shoulder.
A gasp left her lips as she reached for something to prevent her fall on the asphalt.
She heard a yell and then arms surrounded her.
Arms encircled her waist and left her towards a hard body.
His heated body.
He had managed to catch her before she fell on the hard ground and bruise herself.
He could... touch her.
He could... feel her.
He could... see her.
They stared at each other’s eyes in surprised wonder.
Gold to green.
Green to gold.
They saw each other.
They breathed the same air.
They were so close together.
She leaned forward and pressed her lips to his.
He stiffened, his arms tightened around hers... before he softened and took her lips with his.
They felt each other at that moment.
They were one.
Their bodies familiarized itself with each other.
Their hearts knew each other like they have always been entwined.
The barrier between their worlds became non existent.
They gently broke the kiss and stared into each other’s eyes, their foreheads rested against one another.
Then he spoke...