don't close your eyes too tight, you might see

She usually swirls her drink at that thought. The sunset behind the tower. The life beyond the sea. The love within her chest. Some people don't even need the drink, but they take it anyway. Might as well, right? Most people learn to forget about the sunset, and they see the ocean as just a large body of salt water to make movies about. And the things inside their chests are only stimulated by Steele or Sparks. But she hasn't forgotten. That's why she swirls her drink.

"I know this isn't what you wanted me to say," she says, "but how can I get closer and be further away from the truth that proves it's beautiful to lie?"

"Thats a song."


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