Owl City Sentence Starters
  • "Reality is a lovely place, but I wouldn't want to live there."
  • "Take a long, hard look through your textbook, 'cause I'm history."
  • "Do you wish we'd fall in love?"
  • "Was it love at first sight?"
  • "I swear I won't forget you."
  • "I wish I broke mirrors instead of promises."
  • "I tried to disappear, but you're the only reason I'm still here."
  • "This is the future, and you are alive."
  • "There's a bright light up ahead, and help is on the way."
  • "Carry me away from here."
  • "The more I try to move on, the more I feel alone."
  • "If my heart was a house, you'd be home."
  • "It's just a matter of time."
  • "The spaces between my fingers are right where yours fit perfectly."
  • "She was everything to me."

The stars lean down to kiss you
And I lie awake and miss you
Pour me a heavy dose of atmosphere…

I’ll watch the night turn light blue
But it’s not the same without you
Because it takes two to whisper quietly
The silence isn’t so bad
‘Til I look at my hands and feel sad
'Cause the spaces between my fingers
Are right where yours fit perfectly

(Vanilla Twilight - Owl City)

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“The spaces between my fingers are right where yours fit perfectly.“

Forever the smooth talker. Think ya could rival a few mates I know.” said Mary “but instead o’tellin’ me, why don’t ya show me?”

He offers, she instigates.

A game forever theirs.

She knows the dwarf’s lack of confidence wouldn’t allow him to make such a bold move, but she poked at it anyway. To see the flush on his face made her demons rise with achievement, feeding her mischievous nature. Though, who’s to say he wouldn’t?

Their time together is what she could amount his sudden switch of charm. They had grown close as friends, comrades, and somewhere in between, blurred lines of curious spells that resulted in close quarter conditions. From what she had learned of him, ‘charm’ is a part of Kili. Whether aware or not, he has it. Possibly he acts on the whims of moods, or so she believes, which would then develop to a blurred line situation, for example, simply brushing dirt off, to gentle strokes on a cheek, something not just a friend would do.

He is not all to blame, she too has her assertive nature to thank, granted she does her best to keep it in check, but there are times a pirate slips. 

Just like now.

“Or shall I?” she tests intertwining their fingers together.