// love and isomerism
"that is how it is for us. the last thing you hear before going to sleep is my voice, and the first thing i hear in the morning is your voice," you tell me before i drift off to sleep on yet another night while being on the phone with you.
love is a chemical process, some say. and so i say that love has isomers. you never love two persons in the same way : the love you have/had for one person can never be the same for another person. and perhaps that's why when i kissed you for the first time, your lips didn't feel as warm as her's. but i soon realized it didn't had to. and that's because the crevices in between your lips were like homes to me, and it was more than any warmth that anyone/anything else could provide me with.
love has isomers; and that is why, when at first, what i felt with you didn't feel like the love i felt before, i wondered if it was love at first place. what i gave you didn't feel like love either, so i thought that i wasn't capable of loving anyone anymore. but then as time unfolded, with the same intimacy you undress yourself, i realized that love doesn't have to be related to the past. love is about what you feel today.
love.... it has isomers. maybe the love you give me is really different from the love i give you. perhaps, both our love, in their own individuality, meet somewhere in the middle and intertwine to form something that exists only in the third space, which completes a cycle that bind us together.