I don’t want to play games. I don’t want to wonder whether my feelings are being reciprocated. I want a mature kind of love.
I want a love where there would be no place for manipulations and lies.
Love is not supposed to be a smooth journey, but it’s also not supposed to bring sadness and pain.
I want an honest, deep, once-in-a-lifetime kind of love. I want the kind of love where we encourage each other to learn more about ourselves. The kind of love that inspires us to become the best version of ourselves.
I want the kind of love where we can listen to each other’s opinions and ideas without judging one another.
I want the kind of love where we’ll never have to count each other’s mistakes and broken promises and feel bitterness towards each other because we’ll always find forgiveness in our hearts.
I want the kind of love that is always honest, patient, and free of attachment and control. The kind of love where all relationship problems are solved through open communication.
I want the kind of love that is free from manipulations, devious mind games, lies, and doubts.
I want to be in a relationship where I’ll always feel free and comfortable to express my feelings and opinions and complain when something doesn’t feel right without being afraid that I’ll mess things up.
I want to be in a relationship that will set us free. Because I don’t want us to depend on each other. Instead, I want us to support each other’s goals and dreams. I want us to respect each other’s boundaries.
I know that both you and I can be difficult and unlovable at times. I know that every relationship goes through ups and downs. Yet, instead of giving up on each other and walking away at the first sign of trouble, let us stick together through thick and thin. Let us stay by each other’s side through the happy moments and the bad ones as well.
Let us fight for each other.
Everyone deserves a love like this. So, I hope that we’ll be mature enough to fight for our love and our relationship. I hope will be mature enough to accept and cherish each other for who we are, not our preconceived ideas of what we should be like and what love is supposed to feel like.