I wanted all of it. I wanted to be in love so big... old novel...View Full Monologue Text
I wanted all of it. I wanted to be in love so big... old novel love. Something amazing, something that moved me. Big, passionate, yell at each other and fuck and yell at each other again love. Spend all Sunday in bed love. Fearsome, painful, beautiful love, you know? Transcendent, like in old movies. "I love you like a song, Wendall Bryant." Remember? Oh, Jesus, I love that movie. Oh shit... well, we?ll order it while I?m here and you?ll see what I?m talking about. Ultimately, I didn't really get any of that. I got Aidan. I was still living my parents, doing school and I'm assigned a project. Chaos Theory. You know, a digital art piece. I'm doing the 3d modeling and this guy from Spokane is assigned to my textures. So we're chatting, what are your thoughts, how do you encapsulate chaos? But he's saying how art should be more tactile, you know... like pencil on paper and that these concept files we'd wave back and forth was like flash dating the creative process. "Can I come out there?" He says and in the box, on my monitor, he's so sweet, with soft brown eyes, eyebrows lifted like he's expecting me to turn him down. He's a crazy person from Spokane and I don?t know him... he's going to fly in and stay with my parents house, but like I was saying... it seemed like something big could happen to me. Ultimately, I think he just wanted to get a really good grade on his project and his parents were loaded. It almost took him by surprise when I kissed him.
Rating: Contains adult content
Copyright Status: Copyrighted
AuthorName: Rick Robinson
Age Range: 20s - Late, 30s - Early
Dialects: Standard American
Louisa tells Frederick about one of her previous relationships.