I never thought I would fall for you twice, but here I am writing this poem. I'm just a dandelion lost in this greenhouse surrounded by these blooming beauties. But hoping, hopefully you would make a wish out of me. You've got this look that makes me crave adventure. You've got mountains in your eyes and the northern wind in your soul. I can't remember the last thing you said to me and that's okay. We never talked much thanks to my anxiety. I'm not too far but my words have failed me so many moons how am I suppose to talk to you? You've got your future gripped tight by the wrist and my hands are lost in all this space. Maybe sometime in the years to come, I'll discover your footprints and remember my high school crush all over again. I'll stop and think if you're out in California making coffee for people, like I overheard you say you wanted to do in math class that one time, or strumming a guitar solo on stage somewhere in the city. I just hope wherever you find yourself in time to come you're happy and smiling brighter than the stars. I know not much will happen in these last eight months we have together, but I want to thank you for the day you introduced yourself to me because you knew no one else in the class. I know I'm just a dandelion in this great big greenhouse, but I'm just really happy that you noticed me.