We need to be taught how to fall for the little quirks and misfits. The way his shirts are often too tight or too loose, the way his brows can’t seem to fall in order, the slight crookedness of his nose from when he was young and restless or the way he hums those ridiculous tunes when he thinks no one’s listening.
Fall for the way his eyes glow with that prickle of contained excitement when he thinks of (what he considers) an ingenious idea and the way he zones out mid conversation because he got distracted by the window view. And most importantly, fall for the way he battles his demons and be there to help him undo the damage they’ve done.
Fall for his quirks and misfits for these are the ones stamped in his soul. And fall for his soul for that is the one thing that won’t weather away."