He doesn't remember how they met; he only knows that, on that day, Fate was kind.
They used to play Doctor together when they were younger. They only stopped when she caught him looking up specifications for Robocop.
The thought of her keeps him awake at night. The thought of him fills her dreams.
He asked once what kind of boys she liked. She said all of them, besides him.
His face fell as he asked her why. "Because you're the kind I love."
He taught her the value of fighting for what she believed in.
He learned that there is no algorithm for love.
He keeps his distance because he's scared he could never make her happy.
She draws closer because she knows he's the only thing that can.
Her mother watches closely, because saving the world still doesn't qualify him to date her daughter.
He's sure his family would have loved her, if they had the chance.
Even if the world is in danger, they still savour every moment.
He hates it when she puts herself in danger. She hates it that he's putting himself in danger without her.
He's travelled the world, but she's still the only thing he wants to go back to.
She wants to know what it is to share a life.
He lives in motion. She creates calm. The storm breaks between them.
"He's not really angry at me...Just confused." Her tears fall nonetheless.
He fought her because he cares for her. Now he fights his pride for her forgiveness.
She accepts his repentance with one condition: that he becomes her loyal servant. She doesn't know that he always has been.
He shakes his fur like a dog when he's wet. She throws more water over him.
She watches him fly into the distance. She smiles, because she knows that he'll come back.
She hasn't really come to terms with the fact that her biggest rival is an aeroplane.
Sometimes, he wishes he could be as close to her as her beloved pet.
These are the days that they'll remember for the rest of their lives.
The past is gone; the present is troubled. The future is theirs.