PROPOSAL ALONG LAKE MAGADI

Picture a glimmering lake at the background, a mountain top, a sun that dominates the environment and imagine what you would wish for…

For one couple, this view would lead to a day where the memory would sneak down their eyes and roll down their cheeks. There was a proposal looming unknown to the rest of the group…

Four selected ladies walked behind the lady and right next to the gentleman who wanted to pop the question with lovely carved out cardboards written “WILL YOU MARRY ME?”

The bride to be seemed to be lost in thought and a bit mind blown as the groom to be went down on one knee to pop the question. She seemed to be out of breath as she was barely able to let out a clear “YES.”

The beautiful couple enjoyed the non-erasable moment with their beautiful daughter.

For a moment …

I felt like I would go to my own sun,

And if I was burned by its fire,

I would fly on scorched wings.

The groom to be kissed his fiancée’s lips like they were air and he couldn’t breathe. The bride to be reciprocated by glaring right into her fiancée’s eyes like she was addicted to him and had tasted his mind and she could not forget his flavor. They smiled lovingly at each other and you could clearly feel the passion between them unfold and a brush of their hands on each other led to the release of a thousand sensations that seduced each of them.

Remember;

The best kiss is the one that has been exchanged a thousand times between the eyes before it reached the lips because one day you will kiss someone you can’t breathe without and find that breath is of little consequence.

Copyrights © 2021 Eva Mwangi

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