Something Wicked This Way Comes
So there they go, Jim running slower to stay with Will, Will running faster to stay with Jim, Jim breaking two windows in a haunted house because Will's along, Will breaking one window instead of none, because Jim's watching. God, how we get our fingers in each other's clay. That's friendship, each playing the potter to see what shape we can make of the other. (3.8)
Jim slid down the drainpipe on his house, toward the sleeping lawns.
Will thrashed into his clothes.
"Jim, don't go alone!"
And followed after. (11.31-11.35)
So now Jim was the kite, the wild twine cut, and whatever wisdom was his taking him away from Will who could only run, earthbound, after one so high and dark silent and suddenly strange. (12.3)