Feb 28, 2011

Electric by Kristina


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Under the moonlit midnight sky, stars appeared like effervescent bubbles in a newly opened bottle of champagne. The air was crisp and cold. Jack Frost was eager to kiss any exposed cheek leaving behind his frigid bite. 
They stopped in the middle of the snow covered country road. She was happy to let him take over at the wheel, excited to be able to lovingly gaze at him instead. A deep breath in before the car doors were swung open and the race to switch seats was on. 
Mid dash, he stopped her. They stood in the middle of the road, young lovers in the night. His embrace was tender. His lips were lush and warm. Under that big beautiful sky, he kissed her. The electricity between them was enough to warm the world.

What moments have you found electric lately? How are you using that electricity? 

by Kristina Wood

10 comments:

deb colarossi said...

oh, how glorious.

There is a coming together of reading and writing and the longer days and the almost Lent , and it feels so powerful.

I don't know what it will reveal , but it is electric.

Jamie said...

Beautiful!

I've been in hibernation mode but can feel spring coming around the corner - I can't wait for the change it will bring.

Dyche Designs said...

What a beautiful post, it captivated me.

As for electric moments . . . it's all about static shocks for me. Wishing that the cold weather would pass so that the shocks would too. :0)

Deanna (dks43) said...

Oh, thank you Kim for posting my photo....the "electric tale" just enhances the image. I felt a moment of electricity when I saw my image.

kelly@thebluemuse said...

What a beautiful image to go with this fabulous vignette, I love them both. I seem to have lost my electric in the month of February but I am looking for ways to rediscover it in March!

ELK said...

i really like the words that you intertwined with the image . stunning post Kristina

Anna said...

Beautiful combination of words and image, Kristina and Deanna! We've had some warmer days (slightly) in WI lately, so I've been doing some x-country skiing. Exercise and being out of doors always brings a happy, bit of electricity to my life :)

Marcie said...

This is stunning - both the words..and the image. So evocative and romantic!!!

modchik said...

Deanna your image is perfect very conducive to the passage :)

dbalyoz said...

Kristina, I just adore this image and your romantic illustration. Isn't incredible when one kiss, one hug melts everything away?? :) Denise xxo