I was mundane. I fell in love. Now, people call me a poet. I made forever memories and a muse out of her. Now she is poetry. "Love, just a further impetus," says Paulo Coelho and I believed it. She was just a step I climbed to reach greater heights in my journey of "Liberation through writing"
I am no poet or writer, but love brings out the best in you. You rhyme words, with the background of the symphony, you will love free verses like the raw song. And still the best poetry you will ever write will be her name. Nothing you write sounds more perfect than her name. You will question your existence before her, and you justify it with "it is worth the wait" You will love the poetry that flows, though it's imperfect, it is made for perfect ears to hear.
I heard a lover say "I don't know where I end and where you start," and I, dismissed it like it was absurd. I did not know what was the fuss all about, until the day my playlist ascertained the absurdities. It plays all my favourite songs, melody and melancholy. A guy sings " if I am ever gonna fall in love, it's always gonna be you," and it hit me hard. Not the song but the fact that it was 'your' favourite song. And, when I went through the playlist, I realised "I don't know where I end and where you start."
"My heart is, and always will be, yours," wrote Jane Austen. Never in my life had I thought it would make sense, for, after all, I am someone who never believed in forever or fairy tales or happy endings for that matter, until you. Today, IDK about fairy tales and happy endings, but I know forever exist. And it is all because of you. You left an imprint on my heart, which lasts forever and I want to admit, "it always will be yours."