My mind and heart wonder together. Far away from here. They bend the rules of these physical obstacles. Every night my head fits me into a place that once was. Without the noise and people that prove me to be stuck here awhile longer, im with you. I remember it all so well, it’s all i’ve got. I do miss you. There’s no denying that.
what will you get out of your long distance relationship? I mean will you like, get married or something?
Ive yet to admit it on tumble. I guess im reluctant to in fear of ridicule. I would like to say, what most people would say is realistic, “i know it might not work out. Im prepared for that pozsibility” but the thing is, i would be lying. I know whats realistic to most, but i know whats real in my heart. Ive tried beong with other people whipe knowong eddoe, and what i discovered from that relationship was, if i cant have him, i dont want anyone. This relationship is about commitmrnt between two. People who really deserve eachother… And are in an unfortunate situation. We cant prove ourselves tp anyone thT we’ll make it, but hey, when has love ever meant proving others of a feeling strictly between to people. All i want is him. All he wants and needs is me. If icared what people thought, i wouldnt be mature or atrong enough to be in this. I dont expect anyone to understand. I wouldnt either, if i just didnt know. So yeah, anon. I want to be by this mans side the rest of my life. I want him and only him. I want us, and only us. And if one day we decide to get married, well sure. Then that will happen, too. Its not the label tbat hes my boyfriend, or my one day to be husband. Hes my bestfriend. He is my better half. He is the i troduction to a whole new feeling. I will reside by him spiritually, and physically. No matter the circumstances, im waiting. . Sorry if i made any errors. Im on my ipod touch.
“In the world I see you are stalking elk through the damp canyon forests around the ruins of Rockefeller Center. You’ll wear leather clothes that will last you the rest of your life. You’ll climb the wrist-thick kudzu vines that wrap the Sears Tower. And when you look down, you’ll see tiny figures pounding corn, laying strips of venison on the empty car pool lane of some abandoned superhighway.”—Tyler Durden, Fight Club (via about-a-duckling)