The only light was the dim blue light from the moon. The sky was clear and full of stars. The sky behind the stars was as deep as blue could be. The only sound was the wind blowing.
In the middle of the clearing stood two people, holding each other.
To the north was a vast plain, stretching as far as the eye could see. The hills rolled on like the endless waves of an ocean. The plains were completly bare and empty. The only sight was the tall grass blowing in the wind. Is moved so slowly that it almost seemed to stand still. But as they watched, it slowly swayed in the wind.
They embrassed with a gentle touch.
The forest stretched from the west to the south. The moonlight was slipping through the trees, only faintly lighting the dark woods. Nothing could be seen in the forest, with or with out the moonlight. The trees stood tall, overshadowing all else. The sounds of the forest echoed slightly. Cricket chirped and chirped, seeming not to notice anything in the world.
Neither one wanted the moment to end.
The eastern horizon loomed with mountians. The stood like collosal giants hiding in shadow. Each mountian seemed to go up and vanish in the sky. Even in the dark of night, the snow capped peaks could be seen. A path leading to the mountians seemed to disappear before it even reached the foothills.
She looked up and whispered, "This is a perfect night."
He smiled and reached in his pocket, "I know. On this perfect night, only one thing could make it better."
"What is that, she asked."
"IF you were my wife." He said as he opened a ring case. "Will you marry me?"
Tears ran down her cheeks, "Yes! Yes I will. I love you!"