I was pissed off that Morning! He had already left before I got up.
“No Ankit, you have changed like everybody does. Do you remember your words the day you proposed? You said you will support me through thick and thin, you will support me with my dreams, my ambitions. This is not my dream! This is nothing like it. You gave me perspective, faith, support that I could chase my dreams. I was not ready for a marriage. The problem was not marriage, it was the dreams I would have to drop, the ongoing vividness of unsettled illustrations that would exist, the rules of the society I would have to bow down to! It’s not the love that is lacking, it’s the friend in you I miss!”
She’s a badass with a good heart. Soft but strong. Unapologetic but honest. True and fierce. I married her for what she is and I wanted to make sure I do not disappoint the faith she had in me. I decided to fight into everything. I own that to her. I was home. We had dinner. The room seemed cold in spite of the burning temperatures. I hugged her. She resisted and went to bed.
I switched on the fan : down came the petals and the I clicked the right track on our Sleeptunes musical pillow. “That melody to my ears and the aura. He knows me thorough”, she told herself. He held her hand, ran his fingers right through her hair and whispered in her ears “I was and will always be your friend. Go in the direction of your dreams and live the life you have always imagined. I have your back. There are no rules, If there are, I am here to bend them with you and for you”.
She felt like the luckiest person in the world. Music filled their hearts. That was one milestone towards their happily ever after series.