1. I hear the beat of my heart getting louder whenever i’m near him.
2. I think just someone who’s got a good sense of humour and like, if you can hold a conversation with him obviously that kinda helps.
don’3. I’m in love with you and all his little things.
4. I’m in love with you and all his little things
5. Through the doors and past the guards just like he already owned it.
Louis: One of the craziest thing that happened to us with a fan is.. probably in France. We stood next to..
Louis: DOES IT MATTER WHERE WE WERE
DOS IT MATTAH WEH WE WERE
HES HOLDING A BABY AND YOU CAN SEE ALL HIS TATTOOS AND HIS BARE THIGH ITS TOO MUCH FOR ME GOODBYE WORLD
we gonna talk about that curve
Harry is carrying a copy of Charles Bukowski’s Burning In Water Drowning In Flame
BECAUSE I’M NOT READY I’M STILL TRYING TO PROCESS IT NOT-ANON. TEXT ME, DICK.
Aw, love. Serendipity is a bit sad, yeah. I think you’ll understand when you finally do read it, though. Thank you, dear, for being so damn sweet. x
That’s a really interesting question! I don’t think I’ve ever been asked that. I suppose that would be expected, huh? It is a bit heavy, the story, but I feel relief almost. Like a weight’s been lifted off me. Every story I write is laced with minuscule confessions - not always my own, some times, most times, of people I’ve known in my lifetime. After I finish writing something like NODIB, though, I feel as though I’ve rid myself of something like dirt under my skin.
It’s also a strangely powerful feeling. Something I feel with the completion of any fic, though. It’s that I can manipulate words to construct a piece with an intended result - a way it’s supposed to make people feel. However, the beautiful thing about written word and human nature, is that you cannot tell a person how to feel about what they see. There are people out there that despise No One Does It Better, think it’s the most ridiculous piece of fiction they’ve read. I’ve seen that. Fair enough, it isn’t everybody’s cuppa. Then, on the other hand, there are people who resort to all-caps yelling the moment they see “Serendipity” or Harry’s (mostly hyperbolic) metaphor about himself, Louis, and their galactic counter-parts. Either way, I’ve evoked a reaction. Whether it was one I intended is irrelevant. I think that if you can make someone feel anything, that in itself is a strangely powerful thing.
I’ve run away with this question now. To answer: no, not heavy… light as air. x