“I love you” without a question mark

I love you.

Is that a statement, or a question?

Does that always come with a long pause, waiting for an answer?

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Mine doesn’t.

I told her how I fell in love with her in the first place just minutes before her plane took off. I just blurted. Those words came out of my heart, while I knew that her boyfriend was waiting for her.

I gave her no pause, no time to express her shock, no chance to say anything.

I didn’t want an answer because I knew from the beginning that she wouldn’t be mine.

You can’t impose love. It arises unwittingly. You can’t withhold love. It will blight eventually.

It was an “I love you” without question mark.

you could only be happy when the person you choose to be with also chooses to be with you (alanda kariza)

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