It is strange, she and I. We met after storms of each world. We collided and sparked the first time. Her hug felt like a thousand words spoken all at once. I could not understand nor explain how easily our worlds entwined.
Her smile and touch tell me she’s kind. Her eyes tell me she’s been through a lot. She and I, there’s something similar. I found in her something very familiar. She showed me her scars — I discovered there can be more stars.
We are storms, she and I — we realized. As storms, we must not collide nor touch. What happens when two storms meet? Will there be a stop, a pause, or a silent beat? Or will the two storms crush, destroy, for none would budge? I wonder. How would we survive when the two storms clash?
If these storms stay, but never move, would the earth continue to prove that nature changes — even storms. Do we let the storms pass and destroy homes? Or do we fight, stop the chaos and destruction inside? If we are a hurricane, won’t that be totally insane?
No words have been said, she and I. Our storms are hurricanes, that can’t be denied. Two worlds on each side, a boundary uncrossed. She doesn’t dare to step over, her storm left her bruised. I don’t dare to reach for her, my storm left me broken. These storms come and go — nature’s woven.
She and I, two storms wanting to stop. She and I, two people — too afraid to fall into another trap.
'Galavant' Cancelled Or Renewed? Actor Muzz Khan Keeps ‘Fingers Crossed’ For Season 3
Rumors have surfaced that ABC’s musical comedy show “Galavant” will be cancelled. Just like many of the fans, “Galavant” actor Muzz Khan told Design & Trend that he’s keeping his fingers crossed for season 3.
Khan, who plays Barry, the belligerent and bewildered assistant to Wormwood [played by Robert Lindsay], has high hopes for another season of “Galavant.”
“Fingers crossed for season three! The fans are savagely petitioning as we speak!” Khan told us in an exclusive interview.