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Vertigo.
by: pixie paramount (2/14/07)
A Series of Unfortunate Events, Klaus/Violet; the art of falling (it never seemed so hard)


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"this love has taken its toll on me,
she's said goodbye too many times before" -- Maroon 5, This Love

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Klaus knows what falling is, because he knows that he is, falling.

He always has been--

falling.

In love.

Once, with a girl that blew away.

A second time with a girl that kisses him like Judas and left him.

The second time was like purgatory.

The third time, he thinks is the last, because it has always been there and has never left him for anything.

The third time, they say, is always the charm.

(And Klaus hopes, because he can't loose her--he thinks it will break him.

If he lost Violet.)

He knows what falling is.

He knows that when you land, it hurts.

He knows.

He thinks it is worth it--for her.