Anonymous: Ok, you take care now y'hear me? Must be icy roads, so be careful
Nothing bad will ever happen to me. Don’t worry, keep your own wings pristine, don’t fall into the gutters. Feathers turn to grey and nobody can stay, but don’t be afraid. All that is beautiful fades and decays, you choose whether or not love remains.
It doesn’t matter which road you take, I’ll see you at the bottom of this lake with all of our friends and mistakes.
Anonymous: Also, with the flowers, it depends entirely on who you're buying them for. Some people prefer things that don't wither and die in a terrifying omen of their own beauty, but lots of people do like them. If she doesn't, perhaps try other pretty things? Or things that she requires to live? (For example, pretty pots and pans or china or something, it totally depends on what your budget is really doesn't it?). I'm sure she'll love them though! I hope that they smell nice, those are the best!
Wither and die, at least it is realistic, and reminds us to appreciate things while they are still alive. That’s why it’s poetic.
Talk to you later, I can finally drive :)
Anonymous: AWW, I HOPE YOUR DAD IS OK! I'm going to stop shouting now ok? Ok. I understand about your car, it'll melt soon I'm sure! Oh yes, especially if they're really nice flowers. Garage flowers (gas station flowers) don't really cut it, but they're still nice. It's the sentiment behind them really, isn't it? The thought that you've spent enough time, especially if you get them their favourite type of flower. You should do it, it'd be nice :)
The flower is coming from a florist, but she is a good distance from me so I have to call and have it delivered. I know how much she likes simple sentiments, the intention is to remind her that I am thinking of her, always, even if I can’t give it to her in person and kiss the back of her hand.
It’ll mean a lot to her.