Like lanterns :Frerard:"I don't know what to do."Like lanterns :Frerard:4 years ago in Drama More Like This
The stars are so bright. And there's so many of them against the black sky. I think of millions of lanterns up in the space, and how someone has to go and light them up every night. Every single one. There's so many of them.
Tonight, it's chilly. It's close to Halloween, and that's how the weather gets. But it's not raining yet.
You're lying on the hood of the car with me, your knees bent and your head against the windshield. You're close. Your bare arm is an inch away from mine. You're close, but we're not touching.
It's almost as if you hadn't spoken at all, but I know you had, and I can hear your heart beating in the silence, or maybe it's my heart. We're too close and I just want to touch you.
I don't. Instead I say,
"I can't tell you what to do. You need to figure it out yourself."
It's true, even though I can hardly bring myself to understand. If I could, I would tell you to stay right here with me.
You sigh into the heartbeat silence, and your fingerti
Your happy ever after :FrerardWhen I decided to announce everyone that we would get married, the room was immediately filled with cheers and congratulations. Ray patted my back in an almost proud manner, and Mikey surely enough broke a couple of my ribs in a tight hug. Bob and Brian and Jerry looked a little more surprised, but positively surprised, that is. They wouldn't have expected me to be the second one of us getting married after Mikey and Alicia. Amongst the bustle, I tried to spot Frank and got a glimpse of his back as he disappeared out of the bus door.Your happy ever after :Frerard4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"I'm getting married", I said, stated really, put everything that had been going on lately into one short sentence. And everyone got this huge grin plastered on their faces and they were happy for me. I knew they would be, they liked Lindsay and knew that I loved her. More than anything.
Ray hollered something about throwing a party, but one was missing. Frank had walked out of the door as soon as the words left my mouth. That wasn't right. I needed him