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Annie - (Thankfully not starving) university student. (FORMERLY A.Annie.N)
VIDEO INSPIRATIONS FOR 'touch the stars':
Why I love fan fiction (read: amazing authors and incredible fics that inspire me beyond measure. You want to know why I'm here? Well this is it. I'm here to prove to myself I am worthy of this company I keep.)
The Doctor: "Amy. I cannot lose you. I don't know how. Don't make me."
12:18am: 'I love the songs you haven't written yet.'
Beverly: "It feels like the end of the world whenever he leaves the room without kissing you goodbye."
He closed his eyes. "Yeah."
He pulled away. "Yeah?"
"So kiss him goodbye."
She doesn't understand why people talk about gazes burning holes when her entire body is on fire. Slowly, but steadily, she's burning.
But Blaine's here, so all they do is dance and cling to each other, trying to convince themselves that they're not too afraid to let go.
Funny, she thinks, how they always end up finding each other on balconies, or looking out windows, or leaning against railings. The pair of them, they can't seem to keep away from the edges of things.
They handle their fight with all the grace of two hopelessly clueless teenage boys.
The Doctor: It's just I've seen better love stories. [...] Building monuments and statues to immortalize love...it's all grand. But the best love stories are the ones that unravel before your eyes, seemingly inconsequential and bound to be forgotten with time. Those are the ones that truly touch the heart.
And maybe that’s the hardest part. Maybe it’s not the first step of the journey that’s the hardest, but the second, the third, the fourth. The hundredth. Maybe it’s not as hard to begin things as it is to follow them, to finish them. Maybe it’s easier to give up halfway or to deviate from the path. You’re sure there’s another saying, another proverb, another piece of advice just waiting in the wings, but for now you ignore the impulse to assign a theme to the action. You’re just walking.
Shinobi Saying Twenty-five: A shinobi must keep his emotions on the inside, no matter what the situation...you must make the mission top priority...and you must possess a heart that never shows tears.
Miriallia: ...it’s hard to decide which path you’re going to follow, but it’s even harder to take a step forward towards that path, and to keep going, especially when it becomes harder to see the rest of the way.
...the sadness will wane eventually. It will. I promise. Sadness never triumphs, Harry, so long as you can hope.
Rock Lee: You know that the Lotus of Konoha blooms twice, but Konoha's Cherry Blossom never fades.
Ron: The Dark side wants to instill fear in us. If they do, then we're half-dead already! If we keep living, keep loving, keep fighting with everything we've got, then we won't enter the battle half-dead. It's love that keeps us going, it's love we're fighting for. Love is what they're trying to destroy, to replace with fear and hate. Don't let them, Hermione. If love comes around, take it and hold it. It just might save you in the end.
She's not asking for a fairytale (just a love story).
I will never admit how deep my feelings for this girl are, because I might get laughed at, or worse, someone might tell me how cute I am, and I know it's weird, for this guy who hates everything to be almost obsessed to the point when the whole town knows about my infatuation, but there you go. So I'll just keep it to myself, this secret of mine, this secret called Sakura, and this thought that maybe I might love her.
Sasuke: Love is...Love is a lot of things. Love is when you can't pay attention in class, because you're forever writing your first name with his last. Love is a song by the Plain White Tees. Love is a book like Pride and Prejudice. Love is the word most guys can't say and girls look everywhere to find. Love is the feeling I outgrew--but had for my mother when she made me blueberry pancakes on snowdays, or for my brother when he taught me to punch. Love is a common element in most books and movies and television shows, from"chick-lit" to fantasy to supernatural. It's almost always been between a guy and a girl who get together at the end, because they apparently only need to meet once to fall in love, and in spite of the hundreds of other people each character has ever met, the main ones in the show are always soul mates, of course.
The wall was not for a couple never to be. It wasn’t for hopes and dreams unlikely to be reached. It wasn’t for the names of a broken but fulfilled avenger and a kunoichi desperate to pick up the glass pieces of her heart. Because it wasn’t possible. She had accepted the fact already.