[Previously Titled 'Neighbors'] Moonlight washed over the entire of Devon's form as he stood in front of me. The milky-white beam of the moon was the only other thing apart from me and him in the otherwise dark garage. And yes, there was soundlessness too. My pulses quickened when I failed to steer my eyes off the intense black shades of his beguiling orbs. It was like Devon didn't really need a voice to express himself. His alluringly sharp looks, his enchanting eyes did justice to him better than words could ever do. His presence was like a blazing intoxicant that unapologetically takes away the innocence and purity of the glass it fills.... I was aroused. With hate and something unknown too. I held on to my breaths braving the coldness in my throat as he stretched out his hand to me. "Dance with me, Eleanor," his voice, thick with passion, sounded like a command but at the same time was nowhere close to it. "There's no music," I blurted out, failing to leash those words in my throat. "Don't tell me you can't hear the sounds of silences. It's perfect for You and I."