There are times when you are staring into someone’s eyes, and they are staring into yours, when knowns become unchained.
Where eyes cease to be eyes and take on the responsibility of sharing innermost secrets and desires expressible only through dreamy glances. A dimension of depth opens up which conveys a readiness of the heart, as opposed to readiness of only one individual body part.
Miriam and Grady had known each other for about two years and they had never experienced anything of depth together.
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