They were too much in love. It was an unmistaken fact. The look in his eyes, the smile on her face, the way his hands brushed hers and the glow on her cheeks caused by the constant blushing.

I watched them closely while he ordered food for both of them. I heard their laughter. I watched them share the dessert. So magical and movie-like, it seemed unreal.

It was like deja vu.

Only this time it wasn't just a 'feeling' of familiarity.
It was real.

I blinked.

And during that split second shut-eye, I saw myself in front of him.

2 years ago.

I had the same smile on my face, the same glow on my cheeks, and even the same dessert.

9 comments:

Bubbles | 5:21 PM

Beautifully written!

Benz | 8:10 AM

aww... tht was sweer

Edward Ott | 6:06 PM

Ouch, but i must agree beautifully written.

Harjee Kapur | 11:27 AM

word prowess @ its best... wow...
very nicely written...

cheers

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