Like a magnet, pulled and pushed. I feel the air tugging at my clothes, pushing me back to collect the missing fragment of myself. A tiny little piece, just for you.
My heart beats against my ribcage, struggling, writhing for freedom as the world pulls me away, drawing me into icy cold arms. Like a tide, I swell and cringe, emotions ruled by the impulsive moon.
There was a secret, dancing in those bright eyes. A good one, one I would savour like sugar dissolving on the tongue. It's best left there, the thing I can never know but will always wonder.