”One day, you will meet a girl who will talk about the world as if she’s lived a thousand lives and she’ll see things in such a different perspective that you’ll question everything you know.

She’ll describe things in words you’ve never heard but they sound so beautiful coming out of her mouth that you’ll look them up and start using them yourself.  She’ll be curious and have the wonder of a child. The phrase “curiousity killed the cat” will take on a whole new meaning when people tell her things she doesn’t want to hear and it makes her heart break in half so you end up holding her and picking up the pieces.

She’ll bring out a passion in you that no one knew you had and she’ll make you feel something you have never felt.  She’ll hide her face when you see her hair up and no makeup and your voice will catch in your throat because she looks like the most beautiful woman in the world.  She’ll act a little crazy and ignite a fire in your bones that burns so bad it makes you want to run for your life.


Don’t you f’ing dare.

Stare at her even if she’s so bright it burns, hold her close even though you’re terrified that if you touch her the wrong way she’ll break.  Kiss her so hard that you see stars, trace the scars that litter her body, do not let her be ashamed.  She makes you feel vulnerable, and it will scare the living hell out of you.  You’re not used to being out of control, let the experience teach you lessons.  It won’t make you a hero to leave because you think you’ll break her, you are doing her no favors by killing something that hasn’t yet been brought to life.

So do not run.  Do not run away from what scares you because you have the potential to be so much more than a coward who breaks her heart.  Love her for as long as the universe allows, because if you don’t, I swear you will regret it.”

GOALS! (This was going to be just a Quote of the Day, but the message is so powerful.  This spoke to me deeply as I try to live this way and desire to be loved this way. I am inspired! PS:  flip the pronouns, it works the other way as well!)

Source:  therelatabletexts