Written the Summer of ’12
1. I wanna go back to the edge of the audience, right in the center of blackout 2 and 4 and take you for everything you have…while God watches
Leave a trail of my DNA across your lips and a taste of my being on your tongue
Your kiss is imprinted on my cheek, even now, your kiss is imprinted on my cheek
My subconscious tried to recreate the event and failed terribly.
2. I wish I could trek through July’s days back to that Saturday night when I met you at your booth, arms loose. When your boss sends you away, I’d blatantly refuse his assistance.
3. I hope I never get to the point where I miss not knowing you. There’s a certain magic that exists when you’re drawn to someone and never feel the need to question why.
4. His birthday wasn’t January 26th, it was February. Maybe we’re compatible after all.
5. You may be the most thought-provoking person I’ve ever met.
6. In the crevices of our ego, we house all our differences. Stack them, worship them, then set out to find someone as cynical as ourselves. It is a rare thing when, in our quest we stumble upon someone whose nature is so sincere, that we question all we thought we’d learned about love.
7. Don’t ever go to bed angry at me again. Please.
8. The greatest love stories ever written are all tragedies; it’s time to break the cycle.
9. Tragedy is inevitable. Everybody dies in the end.
10. This is not the end.