17 February 2014
Assuming her role as Hana in ‘The English Patient,’ Juliette Binoche mentions that “attraction is beyond our will or ideas sometimes,” which is an absolute certainty when considering a love affair between two people who, for extraordinary reasons, will be physically attracted to one another. Such is the account of one woman who eyed a man unlike any other who had piqued her interest in the past. He was someone that after only a quick glance she would become completely enamored with, and he would soon be to her who Romeo once was to Juliet; a lover of a lifetime. She was enthralled first by his purely powerful physical form, and then ...view middle of the document...
Nevertheless, his trivial insecurities were not enough to keep the woman from his sights, for she was most obviously intrigued by much more than what his body exposed.
This man who had casually crossed her path was not only a powerhouse of a body, but also possessed distinguished facial attributes that could not unglue her eyes from him. He donned a well-groomed five-o’clock-shadow which buried a few surface scars and injuries. Like his salt and pepper colored beard, his haircut was short, refined, and mostly chestnut brown with a few strands of grey. Even from a distance she could trace his strikingly sharp jaw-line, and it was as if his small nose, ears and cheekbones were designed and sculptured for him specifically and perfectly like an old Roman statue. His lips were a pale pink against his creamy, tanned skin-tone with his bottom lip a bit larger than his top. It was only when he smiled at the woman that he exposed his flawless ivories, in which his tongue would slip through slightly as if to suggest to her that something had amused him. Finally, he held his stare allowing her the opportunity to look into his eyes; big, almond-shaped and brown with thick, long lashes lining his eyelids, and looking as though they could almost touch his bushy, but prim eyebrows. He was on his way to her like a competitor for his prize.
She waited all night for the...