I never understood “made in God’s image” until I saw her. Anyone who’s seen her has higher expectations for what heaven looks like.
We’re both sensitive enough to know what love feels like, and reasonable enough to know that it can be broken.
The first time you use a new toothbrush is nothing like the first time you kiss a girl, But I still love them both.
Her laugh is a paradox; an outsider would think she either just said the cleverest thing ever or she wishes she could retract it faster than it was said. Only I know it’s simply because it’s beautiful. It’s easily my favorite language.
I have considered wearing a wiretap so I could go back and listen to all of our conversations again. And I hope that it picked up her heartbeat. She told me, it’s beating exactly like life should sound like.
She offers to iron any wrinkled clothes. I don’t have any. But I have a wrinkled heart. I thought it was made into origami but it’s just a wadded ball that missed the wastebasket.
The way she dances to hip-hop shows her versatility, yet you can tell she doesn’t do this every day; but she still dances.
I’m almost too nervous to hug her - knowing it will have to end. Whenever I let go, I feel like I made a mistake.
Her voice trails off into silence, like an hourglass that’s trying to hold itself together.
I like that “click-clack” of her boots. It lets me know I’m next to someone really going places.
She goes to the mini mart with me even when she doesn't want to get anything, besides more time together.