Romantic night

Topics: Sun, Plant, Water Pages: 2 (693 words) Published: December 11, 2013
Melanie Calderon
English 101/ English 096-15
September 11, 2013
Descriptive Essay
As I opened my eyes, I saw him lying there, still sleeping and exploring his deepest thoughts. The cold morning air nibbled at my nose as the sun warmed my body. I leaned over and gave him a gentle kiss on his lips to wake him. Opening his eyes slowly he looked over at me with a smile. As he stroked the side of my face with his hand, I felt this caramel colored skin melt over me. After laying there we held each other in perfect silence, we decided to put our clothes on and go for a morning walk. We took off down a path covered softly with dark green moss and tiny pink flowers. Off to the side of the path were endless trees and plants all bunched together to make one beautiful landscape. After a while, we reached a sparkling, narrow river. It was about nine feet deep and nearly two feet deep. The path went right alongside the water. Down the river, we came to a deep water hole where all the fish danced in the swirling currents. I noticed the water bank was beginning to flow a little faster now, and I could hear the steady, rushing noise of the water falling over the cliffs that were ahead of us. We walked to the edge to look over the crystal clear lagoon below us. The waterfalls dropped about thirty feet down before it met the pool below. At the sides of the beautiful waterfall were ferns, other green plants, and rocks glistening in the sun. Vines weaved their way down from the trees that towered from the bright sky above us. We decided to climb down towards the water pool. Following the trail, we lost the amazing sight of the glistening waterfall as we went farther down the cliff side. As we reached closer and closer to the bottom, ginormous rocks at the edge blocked all view of the pool and waterfall as it fell with such grace. Once it became visible, it was a better view than you can ever imagine. From our perspective, we could see the air vapor rising from where the...
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