Words are at the end of my tongue, my lips are so close to yours, and I keep on wondering how perfectly my hands would fit with yours. But oh, I’m back here. Staring and hoping for you. Just screaming on the inside, how much I love you.
I’m watching the Teen Wolf SDCC panel and it makes me so sad how emotional Tyler Posey gets. We all watch a lot of shows and interviews and it’s not uncommon to see actors who get tired of their roles or who don’t really care about their storylines when the show gets boring or is about to end. But that’s never been the case with Tyler. In the most humble and positive way, I’d say Teen Wolf needed an ending very soon (even sooner than this, but that doesn’t matter), but Tyler has always been excited about the show, about Scott’s development, about the crew and cast, always humble, always happy and positive and full of love. I might be mad at many decisions and plotlines Teen Wolf has taken over the years, but I’d never be able to say how thankful I am for Tyler Posey.
I think you need to fall in love with the wrong person. I think you need to fight and cry and sweat and bleed and fail. I think you need to have bad relationships and bad breakups. I think you need all of that so that when the right person and the right relationship finally comes along, you can sigh with relief and say, “Ah yes. That is how it’s supposed to feel.
'Then why didn’t you reach out to her? Why didn’t you give her the closure she needs?’
'Because I’m hurting too,’ he shouted. 'Because I’m afraid that if I see her crying in front of me, I’ll apologize and beg for her back! But I can’t do that.’ His gaze dropped. 'I can’t hurt her anymore than I already have.’