"There isn't such a thing as a violet sky," Tomoyo laughingly replied. Her eyes danced with delight. "There are no blue roses either.
Hiiragizawa Eriol merely raised an eyebrow. He snapped his fingers and said, "I can create one for you."
She giggled. "You don't have to resort to magic. The scientists are working on that. Besides, wouldn't that be too much? We've got red, yellow, peach, pink, orange and white roses already."
"It will be another color to add to the family," he said as he hugged his knees to his chest.
Daidouji Tomoyo stared at him thoughtfully. "But if there were blue roses, I'd give one to you so that it can match your eyes."
"I thought it should be men giving women the roses," he said lightly.
"I've always defied tradition," she said quietly. He stared at her and noted how beautiful she was under the sunset's loving light. Her hair gleamed, a rosy glow on her cheeks, and her eyes were dreamy. Tomoyo couldn't live without watching her sunsets.
"You're a special young woman." Eriol murmured.
"Thank you," she smiled at her best friend. It had been years since they've started their friendship but it always felt new and old at the same time for her. She felt as though she was always finding new stuff about him although she was sure that she knew him as well as her hand.
Eriol looked up. Twilight was settling in. "Look up, Tomoyo-san."
She looked up and saw the beautiful colors of blue, violet and lavender blending together in the sky. It was like the hem of a beautiful velvet cape being set down from above. She let out a contented sigh and lay down with her back on the dewy grass. "That's so beautiful."
He lay down beside her and propped his head up with his arm. She was still not paying any attention to him. He smiled at her fascination with the twilight sky. She was too beautiful to resist.
"I told there was a violet sky," he murmured as he leaned forward to give her a kiss. Yes, he loved her so much he gave her what she wanted. He wished that he can make her fall in love with him too.
A/N: I know that was strange but it's really about Eriol showing Tomoyo that there were other beautiful things that doesn't have to hurt in this world. Or at least that was the idea. :D I hope you liked it though.