the axel and jameson effect (bxb)
ripple effect, noun;
the continuing and spreading results of an event and/or action.
Jameson was the Sky. He was an angry red sunset, or a bashful pink sunrise, oranges and yellows swirling beneath his skin. He was the inky night, dotted with bright stars that formed constellations far too dense in their complexity to comprehend.
Axel was the Earth. He was the sensation of damp grass beneath bare feet, the kind of cold that lingered throughout your body. He was fine sand running through your fingers, warmth bubbling beneath the surface, juxtapositions escaping understanding.
When the Sky fell and the Earth shook, the world watched on in awe as the constellations rearranged themselves.
the one in which two young men try and get back on thier feet and perhaps find love along the way.