Razor Blade Symphony: Ch. 3The air was cool and the stars were barely visible. One of the downsides of living in the city and one of the reasons I loved visiting my grandparents in Wyoming, the stars fill up the sky like fish in the sea. It's like staring into another world. It was so mysterious to us.Razor Blade Symphony: Ch. 33 years ago in Romance More Like This
"You're name is Sierra, right?" Andy asked.
We sat in the backyard. I leaned back on my hands and stared up at the night sky. The light wind pushed the very few clouds that were the sky around. The moon was full and stood out in its bright glow. Andy sat beside me with his knees up to his chest and his elbows resting on his knees.
"Yup," I said.
He nodded "That's a pretty name," he took a drink of his beer. "How long have you known Clary?"
"Since freshman year of high school," I didn't take my eyes off the sky. "She is the only person that has been there for me."
"I know how that feels," he replied. He looked up at the sky. "Jake has been one my best friend since he joined the band."
For the first time since we ca