Hold on 

I cradled his face in these two palms, bringing his breath to mine. Looking through the windows that led to his soul, his eyes held all the pain. Yet I carried his future between these two hands. He allowed me to look deeper into the depths of his darkness, I allowed him to see through my light. We stood face to face in the truth that neither one of us could spill from our lips. I was his shelter and he was my home.”@inkwellwriter5

All the love and ghost

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