He walks into the room and instantly notices her. As she catches a glimpse of him from the corner of her eye, she looks up.
You have had your fair share of victories over us. Times that brought us to tears. Nights that we laid awake thinking about the decisions
Sitting alone in my room. An all too familiar scene playing once again. Sitting alone in my room, Without another near me, not a love,
I knew what I wanted, Then I met you, and it all changed. Now I know what I want, and it’s true love And though
It was in that moment that I wanted nothing more than to kiss her. I didn’t though. I felt those lips deserved better than just
Never disappointed when we speak, it’s such a joy. Bringing a smile to my face like a child with a new toy. Beauty only outdone
It’s a one-sided affair. Yes it is. It’s a one-sided affair. Yes it is. Sitting here daydreaming of her. Thinking ‘bout our next encounter. Hope
They made me a grave. Treated it like it was academic. Now they’re seeing me rise above. Taking them down like the Titanic. A mistake
Never did I believe that I would ever really see, A beautiful soul like yours exist, one hard to resist. Not a moment too soon
It must have been raining indoors I thought. “No wait, that’s just my tears flooding my face again.” There I was, broken. The grind of
How could I have known That the last time I saw you go Would be the last I’d ever be whole? But I guess that’s
It was June 7th that I got my license. Those who know me know that I haven’t used it since that day. June 17th was
His mind running through every possible scenario that could play out once he tells her his true feelings for her. The good ones, the bad
Hey there. How are you doing today? She asks. Pretty good actually. How about you? He responds. Excited! She says enthusiastically. I can see that.
Girl, I see you standing over there. Looking as fine as only you can be. And I don’t know if you’re even aware Of what
I kissed her on her forehead as she laid there asleep. I tried falling asleep myself, but with my decision to tell her that I