61. #61: THE FIRST TIME YOUTAKE HIS BREATH AWAY.
#61: THE FIRST TIME YOU TAKE HIS BREATH AWAY.
Louis: What did they call it -- er, love at first sight? Yeah, that must have been what he was feeling, but his insides liquefied and his mind stopped. Did time stop, too? It must have, because the next thing he knew, his shoes were stuck to the ground and he could do nothing but watch you. Watch how your hair was flicked over your shoulder, watched how your mouth stretched when you laughed that lovely laughed. He was stuck, he could not breathe, he was fighting for control.
Niall: If he can remember correctly, it was the first time he heard your voice. Or saw you, perhaps? Or got your attention and locked eyes on him, maybe? All he knows and cares to remember was that you were (and are) the most beautiful girl he had ever seen. His breath got caught in his throat and he felt like such a little girl, getting into all of those 'time stops' movies. But it happened. He didn't think it would happen, but it did, you did it to him. You made him lose his breath.
Liam: There were tears in his eyes and he's not sure if he can remember why, but your love for him filled every little crack in his heart. He hadn't felt loved in so long and it was just a shock to hear it coming from someone's mouth. But he didn't question it at all. He just stared at you and fought for his breath, for his control. You had somehow taken all of that away. He remembers staring at you, choking up, grabbing you and kissing you deeply with every last breath he got.
Zayn: Maybe you had taken away his breath times before, but none of them really seemed to register like the time you walked down the aisle, veil over your head and flowers in your hand. The first time he really noticed his breathing went from labored to gone was when you stood across from him at the alter, your hands held tightly in his. He almost missed his vow and 'I do' lines. He could do nothing but stare at you and your watery eyes, knowing very well that his was doing the same.
Harry: Never in his life had he laughed so hard, and he had you to thank that for. Sometimes depression would take over his body and he wouldn't know how to laugh -- how people could laugh at all, when the world was so messed up. But then came you, and you gave him every damn reason to laugh and smile and be happy for once. You took his breath away when you taught him how to be himself, how it was okay to get upset as long as you had at least one reason to smile. The reason? You.