Let’s get down to business.
To defeat the Huns.
No really, serious talk.
You’re afraid to love her because you know she’d be good for you.
Because across the board, she’s everything you want and that you’re afraid to admit you need.
You’re afraid to need someone.
You’re afraid to love her because she doesn’t play that game everyone else plays.
You’re afraid to love her because you aren’t ready to heal yet, and her love is the type that heals people.
Because you don’t want to lose her if you did her wrong.
So you keep her close.
Even though you know she might be the right one, you’re not ready for that yet.
But from the moment you meet her, you’ll start searching for her in everyone else, and she won’t be found.
You’re afraid to love her because you know she already loves you without needing it to be reciprocated.
Because that kind of selflessness in a world full of people that demand so much from you is something that sets you off.
Because she loves you to the core of your being and accepts you.
You’re afraid to love her but I know you think of her when you listen to certain songs.
You’re afraid to love her but I know you think of her every time you’ve had one drink too many.
You’re afraid to love her because you know her value and you know her worth.
The truth is I don’t think you’re afraid to love her at all. I think you already do and that’s what scares you.