Entry # 2

It was the single, most uplifting moment when I saw her,
Smiling over at me as I sweated in that leather seat,
And how she thought I was cute when my cheeks were flushed,
Like in the way I feel I've known her forever.

As I sit in this chair,
Remember that day,
Find that I'd hate to walk away.
(Not that I would anyway)

And I know that I don't need her to live,
That without her I feel like being dead,
But with her in my life- It makes it easier to live.

It came so natural to say that I love her,
As it came natural to blush at the smallest touch,
How I say things she doesn't understand,
But laughs at anyway.

When I look at her, she looks so perfect under an orange light,
My vision focuses only around her when I remember,
And I feel bad for a second because I didn't save her when she needed it most.

Well, that's okay because I'm here now,
That's what counts.

As I bake along in the sun of my room,
Keeping to myself to anyone but her;
She's straightforward,
Alluring in her own way,
Open minded,
Has her own way of thinking and liking things,
And I've been most unwilling to harm.

1,275,983 lies later. (Estimated)
12 hearts later. (That I can recall)
3 loves later.
2 beds later.

I sit,
Thinking of none of those things except her.

Except my love, and what witty thing she's going to say next...

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