White It out Like Glittering Wax Butterflies

It's A Feeling That You Cannot Miss...

Quinn slowly moved next to where I was laying on the couch. "Annaaa, my love."

"Yes Quinn?"

"It's eight o' clooock..." he smiled.

"Indeed it is."

Quinn grabbed my hand. "Then let's go."

"Okay." I stood up and we walked out the front door.

"So, where to?"

"Well... Since it's getting late out, I thought maybe..." Quinn was quiet for a few seconds, then shrugged. "I don't know."

I laughed a little. "Well thought out."

"Well! I didn't know what you liked doing!" he smiled.

"Hmm..." I looked at the sky, only to notice the stars. "Do you know any good places to star gaze?"

"Actually, I do..."

And from there, we walked to a hill, not that far away from his apartment.

"Do you come here often?" I asked.

"It depends. When I want to be alone, then yes."

"Ah... I kind of see..."

Both of us sat down and stared up at the sky.

I loved the stars. It always astonished me how beautiful they were.

I tilted my head over and rested it on Quinn's shoulder.

"They're so beautiful... Aren't they?" I asked him.

He gazed over at me. "Yeah..." He moved a piece of my hair away from my eyes.

I looked at him. I loved his eyes so much. Those perfect, lovely eyes... I felt so... lost in them. Like nothing else mattered but me and Quinn.

And by the way things were going, I wasn't the only one feeling that way...

Quinn leaned closer to me. I could feel his breath against me cheek. Just... almost touching... Almost-


Both of us turned. Bert was walking up the hill. "Quinn!"

Quinn glared at Bert when he got to us.

"There you are, Quinn my man."

Quinn still stared at Bert, who obviously wasn't taking a hint.

Damn you Bert. Damn you to hell...