I know how hard you’re trying: caught between what’s good and what’s right, triangulated by compliance to a routine that leaves you restless. You’ve spent your childhood dreaming of ‘somewhere else’ but now that you’re here, you dream again: of ‘somewhere new.’ You can’t pin down a pilot, and you’re a high flyer with a heart for danger and full of desire from the stardust in your veins and the galaxies mirrored in your eyes. You’re no Harry Potter-- their attention drives you wild, craving counteraction to the demons that followed you from your home planet and have tainted your every breath.
(he’s got stars in his smiles that stretch like galaxies. oh, god, you know what that means.)
Like I said, you can’t pin down a pilot, and you don’t want to be found. You’ll push and push until your heart gives out, compensate and retaliate by breaking the hearts that beat for you. If you’re going down, they will too. You’re a beautiful disaster creating new paths for strength to rise out of, a beautiful disaster caught between cliffs and a hard place. You wanted to touch down on every planet in your system, but you never planned on your engines failing. You can’t pin down a pilot, not until he’s crashing.