In the first gif, it’s obvious that Katniss is the one who goes in for the kiss. In the second one, it’s also obvious that she slightly pulls away, thinking the kiss is over.. But in the third gif, Peeta does the only selfish act he’s probably ever done. He pulls Katniss back to him and deepens the kiss, because he’s planning to die soon, and he wants to kiss (really kiss) the girl he loves for the first and last time.
[…] They are all okay! And all those things could exist in the same woman. Women shouldn’t be valued because we are strong, or kick-ass, but because we are people. So don’t focus on writing characters who are strong. Write characters who are people.” – Lori
From this precarious vantage point, I can see the shape of the whole arena for the first time. A perfect circle. With a perfect wheel in the middle. The sky above the circumference of the jungle is tinged a uniform pink. And I think I can make out one or two of those wavy squares, chinks in the armor, Wiress and Beetee called them, because they reveal what was meant to be hidden and therefore a weakness. Just to make absolutely sure, I shoot an arrow into the empty space above the tree line. There’s a spurt of light, a flash of real blue sky, and the arrow’s thrown back into the jungle.