those little looks. that sideways flicker of your eyes. the tiny smirk that’s always dancing on your lips, taunting me. the conversations that never cease. the way my heart flutters when I open the door and see that you’re still here. the easy fall into kisses. set my bones on fire. the breath in my ears while drifting into dreams. waking up in the middle of the night and finding myself tangled up in covers, and you. the hair in your face in the morning. the sleepy gaze. that tired smile. the early intertwining of fingers. the non-butterflies; just a perfect, delusional infatuation.
seguir hablando; no hay nada en ti que yo no quiero saber.
1. readily or plainly seen, heard, perceived, etc.; obvious; evident: a palpable lie; palpable absurdity. 2. capable of being touched or felt; tangible.
tan·ta·liz·ing [tan-tl-ahy-zing] -adjective
having or exhibiting something that provokes or arouses expectation, interest, or desire, esp. that which remains unobtainable or beyond one’s reach: a tantalizing taste of success.
lu·mi·nous [loo-muh-nuhs] -adjective
1. radiating or reflecting light; shining; bright. 2. lighted up or illuminated; well-lighted: the luminous ballroom. 3. brilliant intellectually; enlightened or enlightening, as a writer or a writer’s works: a luminous concept; luminous prose.
de·lir·i·ous [dih-leer-ee-uhs] –adjective
1. Pathology. affected with or characteristic of delirium. 2. wild with excitement, enthusiasm, etc.: She was delirious with joy at the news.