He hesitated, stopping just before his hand reached her rosy complexion. Without a word he let it fall to his side, a mixture of confusion and guilt engulfing the insouciant demeanor she’d grown accustomed to. 

Her eyes searched his; for what she didn’t yet know. 

“You shouldn’t love me.” He said softly.

“You shouldn’t say things like that.”

And then she saw it.  No, it wasn’t the stars or constellations she’d read about in her books. It was something far deeper. Looking into his eyes she found herself in a black hole; a love so dense no reason or logic could pull her away, no matter how hard the universe tried. 

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