The Face of an Angel

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
...i guess this is about the way you look at people and reactions to the things and environments around you and how aware of them you are

Submitted: June 21, 2010

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Submitted: June 21, 2010




The cold hard wind throwing itself against my fragile and pale bones makes me shudder as it streams through my hair flipping it around and around. I can feel my muscles clench as if to keep me from reacting. I can feel it in every muscle in every particle every sound that tumbles off my tongue passes my lips and is released into the world. The goose bumps start to set in as I wish for it to stop. I can feel my body tensing hardening as if it were about to turn to stone. With the eyes of an eagle I spot something in my peripheral vision. Something that makes me turn and stare. It looks like I have just been saved for this, this looks like heaven. The shape of his biceps a soft slow sharp contradicting curve. Gorgeous waves the colour of chocolate float on my saviour's head. Eyes a million miles deep swimming with thoughts and filled with sapphire blue and the untouchable unnameable essence of something magic, something more. A beautiful jaunty jawbone that frames the face of an angel.

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