We Made It

Rusty

“Oh God Vincent…Now!” Catherine begged him.

“Yes Catherine…Now!” He roared.

They exploded in their ecstasy. They were now truly one forever. They soared and felt the love flooding their Bond. Sensations neither had ever experienced before. They thought individually that they would never recover from sharing each other’s erotic pleasure.

They lay spent, gloriously happy and content in their hidden chamber behind the Great Falls. He rolled off her and pulled her on top of him, running his hands slowly up and down her back. Their breathing came close to normal again. Her skin was like satin and he loved touching her. The softness of her was something his tactile senses would never have enough of.

“Catherine, I can’t even begin to tell you how much I love you, there truly are not words for me to express how you make me feel,” he said when he at last could form a coherent sentence.

“Vincent, my love, there is no need for words, you have given me your love, for always and forever.”

“Catherine, I feel free and want to shout it to the world! But alas, I can not do as I would like,” he said with a tinge of sadness. “I want to shout it for everyone to hear. I love you, Catherine Chandler! And what’s even more unbelievable, is that you love me! How can this be? You’re so beautiful and I am…I am. I don’t know what I am. But yet you still love me. Never could I have ever imagined this dream could be mine. You could be mine.” Mine!

She lay upon him, running her hands through the soft fur on his sculpted chest, thinking. He has been deprived of so much in his life. But not this! Then she smiled that mischievous grin he loved and rolled off him.

“We can do it, Vincent! Come, quickly get dressed, hurry now, we still have time, it’s still dark,” she said pulling him up. Oh God, I can’t believe I just told him to get his clothes on. I’ve been trying for so long to get him out of them!

“Catherine, what are you thinking?” he asked, a little confused and wary of her grin.

They hurriedly dressed and ran up the tunnels to the park and beyond, until they were atop her building, overlooking the city.

The sky looked like black velvet studded with sparkling diamonds everywhere. They stood high above the city that was their world. Vincent often visited here after he left her balcony. He would dream of her as he looked at the stars. No star shined brighter than the blazing light of his love for her. He, at times, felt as a comet streaking through the heavens with his love of this beautiful woman. He wanted the world to know how, unbelievably, this woman could love him, and how he loved her.

“Now Vincent, you can tell the world of our love freely. Our words of love will be carried on the winds for the whole world now,” she tearfully said.

“Catherine, I don’t think the universe is big enough to hold our love for each other. We have been blessed by the gods of destiny. No one should be allowed to be this happy as I am in our love.”

At last, he stood with his arms open to the night sky, his chest heaving with excitement and joy. “I love you, Catherine Chandler, more than anything in any galaxy or universe! Nothing can compare to our love for each other. We have been given this gift by the Gods and will never let it go until we are no more.”

He simply stood there, letting the wind carry his words up and away. She came up behind him and put her arms around his waist and hugged him to her. He let the winds caress him and felt the warmth of their love surrounding them.

Slowly the sky started to glow with a soft pinkish glow as dawn crept upon the two lovers. Alas, they must abandon their lofty vantage point and return to their secret place behind the great falls. They would go and love each other again, knowing they had told the universe of their love, the world was theirs always.