when i was 12, i remember cute older boys telling me i'd grow up to be a heartbreaker.
i remember listening to Billy Joel's "She's Every Woman to Me" on roadtrips when i was younger and thinking i was going to grow up and be just like the girl he was singing about.
i didn't grow up with a Miss Havisham -- i don't know where i got the idea that getting any kind of attention equaled a gift i had. But there i was at an early age knowing how to smile, what to say. How to flirt.
It came to me naturally, just like the attention.
I've got a past that is so dark and twisty but most of all sad...
because even though i thought i was going to be a heartbreaker and may have broken hearts along the way...
the worse heart i broke was mine.
Finn: What's it like not to feel anything?
Estella: Let's say there was a little girl, and from the time she could understand, she was taught to fear... let's say she was taught to fear daylight. She was taught that it was her enemy, that it would hurt her. And then one sunny day, you ask her to go outside and play and she won't. You can't be angry at her can you?
Finn: I knew that little girl and I saw the light in her eyes, and no matter what you say or do, that's still what I see.