"You asked me what I wanted and it was the most difficult question I have ever heard. You see, in school they don’t teach you how to react when the one you love asks you something like that and they don’t prepare you for real life situations. So I sat there with a knot in my stomach, a blank look in my eyes, quivering lips, and a tear rolling down my cheek. My voice shook when I spoke, “What I want is what I’ve wanted since I met you. I want you. I want to argue with you, sleep in the same bed as you, wake up with you, call you mine, I want you. And I’m hoping you want me as much as I want you.” I felt as if my eyes had become waterfalls and my lips were dams stopping the water from drowning the world around it. You were sitting there not a word coming out of your mouth, that beautiful mouth that I was dying to kiss. Then I saw the curve of your lip and your voice low like a whisper, “I have been waiting to hear you say that since I met you.” Your hand on mine made me go weak, I have imagined this moment about a million times but it actually being here has made my heart flutter and my head spin. In this moment I knew what loving someone really felt like."
"And I understand. I understand why people hold hands: I’d always thought it was about possessiveness, saying ‘This is mine’. But it’s about maintaining contact. It is about speaking without words. It is about I want you with me and don’t go."
"Don’t hang with people who make you justify your vibe. Black holes don’t give the light back."