I have no desire to force my beliefs on anybody. All I need is to think freely and express my opinions like everyone else. This isn’t unreasonable in any way.
Please believe that you’re enough too. You’ll sleep better; I promise.
Last night I had a terrifying realization: whatever we have is exactly what I’ve always wanted, and you don’t feel the same.
Just because I’m pining over you doesn’t mean that “what you’ve been looking for has been here the whole time.” It means that you’re looking for something, but not for me.
I could be patient, and you could be honest; together we could help you heal and maybe even build something of our own. I hope you take that chance with me.
I was no longer too big or too much, and it was no longer too soon. I was a whole person, and that was just enough.
Although the particulars of the moment were anything but cinematic, “The Adventure” played in my head for good reason. He opened up a whole universe to me that night: a boundless unknown I’d never understood I could explore.
I’m ashamed to admit that up until today I was disgusted by Pride parades.
You looked me straight in the eye, kissed me once, and walked into your cousin’s house. I smiled as I turned away, but you didn’t see that. If you had, you may have realized that I’d just fallen for you.