i don’t think you understand how violently protective i can be of fictional characters
(Source: bigbeewolf, via degrassistreet)
“You wanna go party with random people?”
The Fool comes to a cross-road, filled with energy, confidence and purpose, knowing exactly where he wants to go and what he wants to do. But he comes to a dead stop. A flowering tree marks the path he wants to take, the one he’s been planning on taking. But standing before a fruit tree marking the other path is a woman. The Fool has met and had relationships with women before, some far more beautiful and alluring. But she is different. Seeing her, he feels as though he’s just been shot in the heart with cupid’s arrow. That’s how shocking, how painful is his “recognition” of her. As he speaks with her, the feeling intensifies; like finding a missing part of himself. It is clear that she feels the same about him. They finish each other’s sentences, think the same thoughts. It is as if an Angel above had introduced their souls to each other. Though it was his plan to follow the path of the flowering tree, and though it will cause some trouble for him to bring this woman with him, the Fool knows he dare not leave her behind. Like the fruit tree, she will fulfill him. No matter how divergent from his original intent, she is his future. He chooses her, and together they head down a whole new road.
“I know finding Cam was hard on you, and it’s not fair that you had to be the one to find him. But it happened, and you can’t ignore what’s going on with you because of it. There is a right way and wrong way to deal with things and doing drugs is the wrong thing, Eli….”
(Source: shyesplease, via crystalsallisons)