(For the people in Orlando, our hearts are with them.)
"What brings you here to the city then? If it's not to see the world," I looked over at Sean as I took a sip from my cup.
"Maybe I just wanted to go somewhere where I feel at home," Sean slowly walked over to me.
"Or maybe I'm running from my past that I refuse to tell anyone," He smirked.
"Just to find that one person who's willing to break through my walls, take me somewhere full of love and adventure," He was so close to me, we were only a breath a way. My heart was getting louder by the minute.
"Or maybe, just maybe, I'm here in the city just so I can prove that I'm worth more than anyone bargained for," He leaned in as he spoke to me. But he stopped right before our lips touched.
"Why are you here?" I could feel his breath on me. Gulping, I answered. "I'm here to prove that love has no labels," and with that I smashed my lips against his.
Ezra has always been considered the perfect child. He had good grades, loving family, good car, and also he graduated. Ezra was no different than the kid next door. Who is his best friend.
Except there is one detail that some might consider imperfect.
Ezra is gay.
Now this has never been a problem for Ezra until his parents find out. So he does the only thing he can, he runs.
Several months later, now he's in college. How? No idea.
Only thing is, Ezra has yet to see his family ever since that day. Then here comes along, some random guy asking him what is he running from?
Last time Ezra checked, that only happens in movies. So what the heck?
Sean is a one of a kind person. That's literally the only way anybody can describe him, but why does he care so much about Ezra's feelings.
Or why he even is there in the city in the first place.
All Ezra wanted was to be the perfect son for his family.
But maybe Sean wants to show him, that being perfect maybe what he wants, but it isn't what he needs.
(Cover made by @FloraKnight)