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When I glanced at you for the first time, I felt a little jump in my heart. Woah. That was unexpected!
I remember briefly how my breathing hitched when I looked at you. It was so… odd.
No one has ever made me feel that way at first glance. I don’t believe in love at first sight. Well maybe you are an exception. (grins)
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We grew fonder day by day. We talked as if we have known each other for long.
Whenever I listen to love songs, all I can think about is you. This is so not me.
I even asked God fervently to give you to me. Why not, right? I was told to ask and it shall be given to me.
Oh, I can write a thousand words about the way you look in my eyes and none of them can fathom how awesome you are to my vision. The wit, the humor, even your looks. How can you be so imperfectly perfect?
I think I’m lovesick and you got the cure. Got all these symptoms and I don’t know how to deal with them all.
I have made room for you in my temporal lobe. Come, take a look at my hypothalamus!
My dopamine level gets high when you’re around. Stop! You are intoxicating me more.
How can I have all these emotions I didn’t have before? How do I stop my heart from beating fast when you’re near? Just how do I reign this tingling sensation when we’re together?
…and how do I stop admiring you? How do I stop thinking about you?
Just like any other girl, I can dream, right?
It’s just that, I can’t. I just can’t.
You were never mine to begin with. You never showed interest in me. It was all in my head and in my illusion.
Looking back, you never really dropped hints that you like me too. You were just being you. Being the loveable person that I know, being the kind-hearted, chivalrous guy any girl could wish for.
I guess I can just leave it here. Oh, I love you… from the bottom of my hypothalamus.
I will always be ready for your long-term care and attention. I believe we could really get along.
I’ll be with you soon, my pituitary gland. Let’s work together and make that bond.