Author: Hollie47 PM
Jenny and Emma on a winter's morningRated: Fiction K - English - Romance - Emma M. & Jenny H. - Words: 733 - Published: 10-03-11 - Status: Complete - id: 7435854
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The warm rays of light coming from the sun cast a glow on the snow covered ground in the early morning. The birds chirped, creating soft music for the children who had gotten up early and begged their parents to take them out into the snow to play.
In Jenny's bedroom the curtains were pulled closed, darkening the room as the two girls slept peacefully in each others' arms. The small opening in the curtains allowed for the sun to come through slightly, landing on Emma. It created a glow around her, shining off her blonde hair making it as if she had a halo, like the angel she was.
The sounds of the birds and the soft sounds of laughter from outside started to lull Jenny out of the peaceful sleep she was in. The brunette moved slightly, trying to block the sounds out, pulling Emma closer to her. It wasn't working; Jenny opened her eyes slightly, blinking a few times as her eyes adjusted to the morning light.
Jenny rubbed her eyes and yawned, shivering slightly as the cool air in the room hit her arm. She cuddled back under the blankets, her gaze falling on Emma as she smiled to herself. 'She looks so beautiful and peaceful,' Jenny thought to herself, her blue eyes full of love as she looked adoringly at her girlfriend.
Jenny moved her hand over to Emma's face, moving her hair to the side which had fallen over her eyes. The brunette ran her fingers softly over Emma's cheek and felt the warmth from the blonde's skin. Jenny was in complete awe; she never thought she could love someone as much as she loved the sleeping blonde wrapped in her arms.
'I can feel my heart almost skipping a beat just by looking at Emma. She's so beautiful. I love her. I'm surprised I haven't combusted yet... the looks she gives me all the time are so strong, so loving and most of all so warm. I love her; she's my everything in this world. I don't know what I would do without her. How did I even live before meeting her? Watching her sleeping just warms me so much. Emma, my angel.'
Jenny felt the blonde starting to move slightly as she lay peacefully in her arms. She ran her hand softly over Emma's face as she leaned in and placed a soft kiss on her lips. Emma mumbled and a soft smile graced the beautiful features of her face before she opened her eyes. Her hazel met Jenny's blue. The look in Emma's eyes made Jenny breathe in as her heart skipped a beat; she felt the butterflies in her stomach start to flutter.
"Good morning," Emma said as she tried not to yawn.
"Good morning beautiful," Jenny said, her voice warm as she smiled.
"How long have you been awake?" the blonde enquired pulling Jenny close to her.
"Not long, I woke up a couple of minutes before you did."
Emma cupped Jenny's face and kissed her softly on the lips, feeling many warm emotions radiate through the simple touch as the blonde closed her eyes and cuddled further into Jenny. She breathed in her scent, burying her head in the crook of the brunette's neck. She felt Jenny breathe in and sigh in contempt as she relaxed into her. She felt her girlfriend running her fingers softly through her blonde locks, playing with her hair. They lay there peacefully, basking in each other's presence, not wanting to move or say anything. The sun light was warming up the room, creating glowing patterns on the walls.
Jenny opened her eyes, looking around the room. The sunlight coming through the crack in the curtains was shining on them, casting their shadow on the wall. Jenny looked at it; they fit together perfectly, like two pieces in a puzzle. Jenny's heart swelled once more as she moved slightly, kissing the blonde on the forehead, never wanting this moment to end. She whispered sweet nothings into Emma's ear; feeling her girlfriend softly run the tips of her fingers over her back creating soothing patterns. This was the perfect morning for them both, lying in each other's arms, feeling the love coming from one another. It was bliss.