It was you and I in this world. No one to disturb the beauty. You and I ran barefoot on the snowy ground. The trees were bare with envy for us. I was in a white dress that flowed to my knees. A thick green ribbon tied below my chest. Just like a green ribbon tied half of my brown hair up. You wore blue jeans and a green shirt. Simple, yet beautiful. We lie down in the middle of a clearing. Stareing deep into each others eyes. You then get close to me, and kiss my forehead. My eyes sparkle when you do this. Then my eyes close. When they open the snow melted, the trees disappered, and you, you faded away with the wind. Because this is a dream, and as much as I hate to say it, you are dead.