My eyes spread out in front of me,
My fingers trembled with glee,
My arm clasped around her waist,
Pulled her closer, gently, no haste.
I looked carefully in her moonlit eyes,
Grey but beautiful,like as a petal dies,
My heart was in a jostling race,
Our lips soon closed in a soft embrace,
I peeked from my lids, like flower buds do,
Her eyes glanced back cheekily too,
I pulled back, I knew I had to let go,
She blushed and shyly retreated into a bed of snow.
We both stood bewildered, we both hesitated,
Waiting for the other to move first, for seconds we waited.
It took just a moment, my legs gave in,
Though my conscience shook like it was a great sin.
I chased her playfully, passing evergreen trees,
she stumbled and fell in the cold winter breeze.
I pounced right beside her, wielding a grin,
She sat up and told me "Alright, you win"
She pounced on me voluntarily, pushed me down in the snow,
For a moment I laid helpless, half-buried in snow.
I rolled to my side and got up to brace,
I looked in her eyes with a smile on my face.
This time i bent over, and she scampered away,
I got up and cornered her, her face bright as May.
I held her firmly, and bent over while it slightly started to rain,
she giggled and kissed me, all over again.
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