I'm a writer at heart, with years of sharing my own story with a pen and paper. Or in the tech age, with a keyboard and monitor. But in any case, writing is my gateway to a dreamscape that I often find myself getting lost in. I want to meet people and make friends, long lasting, and have fun, connect with people, that's important to me.
Here's a little something I wrote not to long ago -
In one eye catching instance, she caught my attention, maybe because I knew her story would be different. It's too easy to sit here and pretend like I knew who she was, but in a strange, yet prophetic way, I did, because I wanted to. It takes sudden and instant intrigue to truly feel like you have something special. If that moment is tainted by the shadows of "well, they're nice, but...", you've already all but lost. To win isn't the ultimate prize, but winning means everything to many. The challenge lay ahead, to utilize communication as our means of foundation. We did, and we found each other, laying in the trenches like a war stricken hero, battle wounds from the jungle's in which we roamed freely, but caught in between our own self induced prison, and the bars that kept us at bay from completely blowing our lids.
And so I never forgot, those almond shaped eyes, those lips, teeth that make the whitest of man look discolored, genuine in its explanation, unique in its deepest of layers. We shiver at the voices that speak such inherent words, insanity ensues, I fight through the language, and I find myself back where I began, before you, the moment, rooted through your good, chipping away into my existence, and so I never forgot, and the moment had finally come.
First dates are usually good in the sense that you can instantly rid of any awkwardness by making someone laugh or smile right off the bat. Be a good listener. Don't be obsessive with your phone. All will be well, and the rest will be history.