Penelope's Why...

Why do I want him? The connection I have felt with him since I 1st met him.
Why do I want him? I have never stopped thinking of him.
Why do I want him? He makes me smile from the inside out without trying and my world is alright.
Why do I want him? Maybe because I never had him.
Why do I want him? Because I never met anyone like him yet I barely know him on a surface level and that is what has  intrigued me.
Why do you want him? Because I am in love with him.
Why do I want him? Because he is handsome.
Why do I want him? He works hard.
Why do I want him? He is a good father.
Why do I want him? He heals me without medicine. Thats a special gift only God can provide. 
Why do I want him? Because I pray for him like I pray for myself and family. 
Why do I want him? He makes me anxious. 
Why do I want him? I imagine him.
Why do I want him? Because it's this weight on my heart that won't leave whenever he is not around. 
Why do I want him? Because he inspires me without trying.
Why do I want him? He motivates me without knowing.
Why do I want him? Because I want to know if everything I'm feeling is wrong and I can finally move on or melt into him. 
Why do I want him? Because the light of love in my eyes is enabled by him and has been for a long while now. 
Why do I want him? Because I want to know if I made it up. 
Why do I want him? Because the time with him is never enough.
Why do I want him? I want to teach him.
Why do I want him? I want to make his world better.
Why do I want him? I want to change the world with him.
Why do I want him? Because I want to love him like I have not loved another before.
Why do I want him? Because he ignites my flame.
Why do I want him? Because I am in love with him.
Why do I want him? To see if it was a lie. 
Why do I want him? To prove the Universe was right and it was meant to be and loving him was not in vain.

About Brenda

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Brenda K Thomas is new to the world of being a published author but not the world of writing. Although Brenda struggled with insecurities about becoming a published author, she worked tirelessly, with the encouragement of family and friends to perfect her newly released novel, “Ooh Girl.” a story about a twin-flame romance. She also reflected on many of the hidden secrets that grow deeply among American families, even today.

Brenda has no intention of letting her creativity rest. As she plans to continue writing to perfect her craft, she is currently working on other books. She wants it to be known she is an out of the box writer, who doesn’t stick to one genre of writing.  Brenda resides in Columbus, Ohio, maintaining her professional career as a Paralegal and a mother of five children.