Things We Need to Hide
Make love to me- I asked him
And he did... Ever so smoothly❤️
With mist in his eyes he kissed my lashes that fluttered at his touch. He traced that dragon tatoo on my rib cage.
He blew my insecurities away as he touches my soul and I started to curse his patience. We laid down on his ambassador car bonnet with two plastic cups and cheap wine but had an exquisite experience of counting moles on every visible part on each other's body. We were in our limits as taught, but we were limitlessly into the moment.
Everything felt like a dream, and it was. And that's how love is supposed to be afterall, that's what we read. Being in Love felt magical. But sometimes, things are too good to be true.
You see, we have always been told to keep our body sacred and not to indulge in carnal desires. But no one ever told us, we should not share our heart with someone too. It's the emotional connection that you should be careful about.
And now, everything hurts. As if countless needles are piercing my heart at once, whenever I am not with him. Every empty love confession felt like breath knocked out of my lungs. And I realised, maybe we should be more careful about not sharing our soul, more than our body. As it is not the touch that hurts, but the touch without emotions. Refrain from sharing your feelings, your dreams, your love and yourself. These are the things we need to hide as millennials.