So what do you think they’ll do to him?
Whatever it takes to break y o u
I wish I could freeze this moment, right here, right now and live in it forever.
"Did you love Annie right away, Finnick?" I ask. "No." A long time passes before he adds, "She crept up on me."
Finnick and Annie for anonymous
“Everything that happens now is in your h a n d s”.
All I can think about, every day, every waking minute since they drew Prim’s name at the reaping, is how afraid I am.
My nose twitches. It’s the smell. Cloying and artificial. A dab of white peeks out of a vase of dried flowers on my dresser. I approach it with cautious steps. There, all but obscured by its preserved cousins, is a fresh white rose. Perfect. Down to the last thorn and silken petal.
And I know immediately who’s sent it to me.
“My parents have been married nearly 40 years and they truly love each other. I’ve seen it work. I know it’s tough, and I know it’s rare. But my fundamental values in life and my ideas about love and relationships are always going to be rooted in what I was raised in.” (x)