You have always loved to play hide and seek, haven’t you? You seem to pretty good at it. Seeking, was never my cup of tea. I give up now! I think the time has come for your “dhappa”. I wouldn’t mind it at all. In fact, I’d secretly love it.
You are dying of laughter as you try to teach me to dance. I with a sheepish grin fail terribly to match your steps. It’s not my fault though! How so you expect me to concentrate while you giggle incessantly.
We discuss how modern love is not love. I see us doing everything old-school. I see us having intelligent conversations. You always manage to keep the conversation going despite my inability to do so.
And booookssss! I don’t usually lend books, but for you, I’ll make an exception. We’ll collect books together! I’ll try to catch your literary references and will try shoot some your way too. Have you read The Perks of Being A Wallflower? It’s my favorite book! Don’t worry if you have seen the movie already. The best part is that the movie is directed by the author himself.
You laugh not at my jokes, but at how hard I try to crack them. I will teach you to appreciate puns, don’t worry. You’ll see how it is the most beautiful thing in the entire world.
I am yet to figure out whether you are gonna be a tea or coffee person. I’ll make you like tea, that’s for sure.
I know about all that talk of self-love and you-don’t-need-anyone-else, but without you there, the world somehow seems a very lonely place to be.
We haven’t probably even met (have we?) and I have already burdened you with so many expectations, haven’t I? You know how much I romanticize things. I know you’ll be just perfect (See? another expectation!).
Or maybe you are nothing as I have imagined. All I know is that you’ll be worth all the wait.