He is a fool to let you go.”
" — Only for You by Genna Rulon (via tornattheseams)
“No, I’m the fool for not hearing him when he told me in no uncertain terms he could not offer me more. I listened, but I didn’t hear. I should have let him go in the beginning when I was still strong enough to do so.
you and I both know we were never ‘just friends’,
there was nothing platonic about the way my hands would shake for days after you’d touched them." — HE. (via stayygone)
"Sometimes," she thinks, "he speaks like he could love me."
“He smiles and his eyes crinkle and I let myself believe that his fingers have wrapped themselves around more than just my hair.
"Because it is tragic," she says quietly, "to fall in love with beautiful words that have no meaning. And smart girls should know better than to arch their backs for boys whose palms press their necks instead of their thighs, and whose words touch their spines instead of their hearts."
"He laughs, and I feel each breath like a bullet to the chest.
"Because to him, I am nothing and I am everything.
"And I," she laughs grimly, "I just wish he would make up his damn mind, because I cannot be both and keep my sanity."" — Excerpt from a book I’ll never write #52 (via blossomfully)