Two star-crossed lovers.
Which from the very beginning,
Were never right for each other.
He was a mysterious boy,
with eyes that could easily destroy.
She was a confusing girl,
that can get stomachs in a whirl.
He was the bad-boy kind,
unacceptable to others' minds.
She was too good for him,
too bubbly and outgoing.
He hid something,
he wasn't strong even from the beginning.
She hid her part, too
she was happy outside but inside won't do.
He trusted no one,
all faith in him was long gone.
She was broken due to the past,
with memories that didn't last.
But he loved her,
loved her like no other.
No intentions of another.
And she did the same,
her love grew everyday.
With no telling him in any way.
He'd long to be with her,
though he knew she deserved better.
But she needed him only,
to understand and protect her from many.
He spoke barely,
not letting traces of emotions flee.
She liked the silence,
but not as much as she liked his presence.
But he had problems of his own,
unable to fix her sorrows.
She was delusional, self-conscious
thinking he'd never accept her issues.
He simply couldn't resist,
despite the never-ending risks.
She was drawn to him,
like gravitational pull filling in.
Happy or sad,
he wanted her just as bad.
Bad or good,
she wanted to be with him for good.
They were two star-crossed lovers,
That were so wrong, yet so right
To love one another.
According to Rule Archer, a beautiful character within one of Jay Crownover's novels - Rule: "Opposites don't just attract, they freaking catch fire and burn the entire city down." True enough they do, but fighting the repulsion might just create something grand.