He sat on his bed, thought of her and nothing else...
He remembers sophomore year. He remembers the salt spray and the moonlight that bathed them. He remembers her handwriting as she wrote his name on the soft sand beneath them He thought of love, and nothing else.
He remembered the end of sophomore year and how he hurt her He remembers the very words he used to deny her "We're just friends" like a bullet the words pierced the air towards her chest. His cold voice assured her that she was nothing special. But the young mind is stupid and easily confused so much so that when he said they were "just friends" he meant that She was the everything that came to his mind when people talked to him about love
He remembers Senior year, when they got back in touch. He remembers the empty conversations they shared filled with "How are you?" 's and "Have a nice day" 's that killed them both each time the phrases left their lips
He remembered sophomore year again, at the beach he remembers her soft, freckled skin and the moonlight as it shone from her eyes. Like diamonds born through heat and pressure. He remembers she was beautiful. She didn't think so but he did, he knew it.
He remembers she left and he remember it hurt.
He tells us that she's the everything he knew he needed.