You make me self-destructive. I want to live dangerously. I might skin my knees but at least I get to play with the big boys.
You, you’re like drinking balsamic vinegar. A taste is good enough it makes me forget that too much is a bad idea.
I’ll trade cancer for the smoke in your kisses because we all die sometime. I pick melanoma over a world without sun any day. I’ll take the crutches happily when you run out of things to break and turn to my legs. Broken bones hurt well when they shatter in adventure. Your smile’s pretty enough I didn’t notice your teeth were sharpened. ****, I’d read Twilight for you. (I’m not saying I’d be a fan, I’ll only go so far.)
You make me want to play hide and seek in a burning building. I don’t like heights but you make me want to climb things. I want to tempt fate.
I want to study your catastrophes. I’ll chase your tornado temper across whichever state you feel like destroying today. The drought on my lips is only cured by the wildfire of your kiss. I’ll bask in your heat waves and build my house on the slopes of your volcanic personality. I feel like mist next to your hurricane winds.
You say this is either the beginning of something great or the apocalypse has come. But who says they can’t be the same thing? If nothing else, it’d certainly be something to see.