It's Worth Remembering

Sharing giggles, locked eyes, silly faces,

Midnight phonecalls, dreaming of futures.

Arcades, Sci fi movies, Civilization matches.

He introduces Legend of Zelda.

I introduce Rooster Teeth.

Sharing Cherished passions, while maintaining individuality.

Time for friends, girls and boys

Never sacrificing platonic for romantic.

No green shaded eyes, pure pink cheeks

A fiery love that burns the webs of doubt.

A “Sweet dreams”

A “Good morning, Princess”

An “Are you alright? You seemed a little off”

A “I'm sorry, you were right” -Sent and received

We don’t often say the words.

An omnipresent knowledge.

Three syllables saved for the perfect situations

I love you.

 

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