Ivy is young.
Would she still love him the same if she were older? Wiser?
Evan knows that this would not be the case.
He feels guilty about this relationship.
She can't see the truth in front of her.
She only sees what lovestruck eyes can show.
Ivy loves Evan.
How can she make him believe that it's true?
That she isn't just a little girl,
in love with the idea of being in love?
She wants to disprove his fears.
Cast away his apprehensions.
Show him that he's wrong.
Who is right?
In an abandoned church.
With crowns and thorns and candles too.
Scarves and skeletons.
And even vodka
Perched up high on the balcony windowsill.
The side of the building, scaled. The window, entered. The doors, unlocked.
Spent an hour trying to find our way up to the bell tower.
Spent another hour exploring the history of an old forgotten graveyard
where children were buried.
Spent another hour walking back to our makeshift home
To spend another hour talking in our room
On prison beds.