And you don’t even need to say anything. I’m screwed up. I don’t know how any of this works anymore than you do. But I do believe you’re worth every second it would take to figure it out,” Mason said, a smile taking over his features.
It’s always funny watching something so beautiful not know how beautiful it really is. It’s sad even.
Would you guys choose to walk away from possibly the most incredible encounter of your lifetime just because you had to let it go sooner then you wanted? Just because you knew that it would never be?
All I knew was, my Father was famous for being a loser, and a loser that wanted nothing to do with me, since the day I was born.
If we became a pal to what scared us the most, we could find a simple way to ease all that bothered us, we would find peace, peace that we could live with.
Never been more truthful then right now, looking at you fixes everything.
Maybe I am everything I knew that I would never be. I looked back at Jay and smiled.
He perched the bat on his shoulder, giving a nod that he understood I needed his help. With one loud yell and a couple swings of the bat, he cleared me another path.
I was such a messed up person and he was still holding on.
When your demon was yourself, there really was no way to fight or get rid of it.
We tend to get a little information before we off people. It’s not a play by ear sort of deal.
I wanted to play with death, like a child with a new toy, I wanted to push all the buttons and see what would happen.
People expected something for nothing, that’s why they did nothing so beautifully these days.
Trust to some was placing all your insecurities and beliefs in one single person, and hoping he or she wouldn’t squash them.
Life is not kind. Who are you trying to kid, Kendall?” He sighed.
Impending doom, it was a familiar sweater, we all wore it and as scratchy as it felt against our skin, we kept it on.
You took life by the horns and tried to hold on tight, for fear of being ripped to shreds, left bloodied and battered.
She didn’t need hope anymore because she knew the things you wanted weren’t necessarily the things that you needed. She knew that the things that were meant to be just happened. You couldn’t control them like she once thought.