“You’re here,” Nick whispered.
Marshall scratched his head through the hooded sweatshirt. “Can I come in?”
Nick stepped back to let him enter.
I missed you so much
That I begged you to fly and see me
You must’ve broke down
Nick could feel the lines forming in his skin as he was pressed against the door handle from the force of Marshall’s kiss. A single tear collapsed onto his cheekbone. He couldn’t believe that Marshall was here, had risked everything, just to make him happy. And no one had seen him. Continue reading
Drive. After each lockdown, Zak would climb in his lambourgini and set out for the open stretches of highway just outside of the city. His foot pressed down to the floor, the wind whipping by the car, pushing against the fiberglass lit his soul on fire. Zak’s blood pumped energy through his body as the outside world became a blur.
Drive. It’s what he did to remember. Continue reading
JC was throwing shirts and pants in his suitcase when Justin walked into the room, cursing himself every time he missed. “C..,” Justin started.
JC stopped midmotion and his shoulders slumped. “Justin don’t, please. Just don’t.”
There’s no one quite as blind
As a victim of the game