They say when a person dies they have the most important moments of their life flash through their brain. I remember how the summer breeze was perfect and how you sat there in your summer dress. The sound of waves was beautiful that night but when we kissed the entire world became silent. I remember my hand and how it rested on your inner thigh. I can’t get the taste of your lips out of my mouth because I swear it felt like sweet heaven when we kissed. I know that these hands remember the curve of your neck and how your soft hair felt as it ran through my fingers. I can’t get the look of your eyes out of my mind and I love how you look at me after we stop kissing, like the whole world disappears and you forget about anything other than you and me. I won’t forget your giggle followed by, “Wow, I wasn’t expecting that.” And I won’t forget how we forcefully had to push each other off because we knew that a passionate kiss would end up in a lot more than just a kiss. You see, if I were to die tomorrow, I know that the last moment that will flash in my brain, is that moment. The moment when your soft lips were mine, the moment when my hands belonged to your body, the moment when the waves grew silent, I’ll remember the moment when I didn’t care about anything else but you and I.
Your kiss is my favorite memory (via h0pefulkid-withaninkedupheart)
I have this weird theory that some people are drawn to each other because their atoms were near each other when the universe was created and over time the same atoms keep coming back together
DID YOU JUST SCIENTIFICALLY EXPLAIN SOUL MATES?!