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;
Alluring in her own way,
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.
Thinking of none of those things except her.
Except my love, and what witty thing she's going to say next...