There was a feeling of inevitability when I met you. The sense that we would be together, that there would be a moment when you would look at me in a certain way and we would cross the threshold from friendship into something much more.
We spoke once about the lovers who kept finding each other, no matter how many times the world came between them. And I think I had to break your heart and you had to break mine. How else could we know the worth of what we were given?
I think you were always meant to know me a little better than anyone else. And our lives were fated to converge like some cosmic dance. I know there is a terrible distance between us. But our bodies are made of celestial light and we are hurtling through space and time, towards the most beautiful collision.
–Lang Leav, The Universe of Us