We lie in a puddle of light. The earth on my back. Dirt, grass, dandelions, crushed under my weight. And your weight pressing down, again and again. I look up, your hair like a halo of sunshine. Your chin is high, too far from my mouth to kiss. So, I follow, with my eyes, the contour from your chin, along your jawline, to earlobe, to collarbone. Pale, almost as the bone beneath the flesh. I lift my head to fasten my lips over the protrusion on your landscape. I then press my tongue into the hollow near your throat and you moan. I close my eyes and lay back. Rays warm my face and nothing else exists but you and me and this union in the sun.