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Romira By Akanksha Jaiswal Characters: 6525

Updated: 2019-11-21 20:38



I am scared and excited at the same time for my upcoming date. Excited because I can't wait for it and scared because of if.

And there are lots of ifs.

What if something goes wrong?

What if I make fool of myself?

What if he realises I'm not good enough?

What if he changed his mind?

I guess I just have to wait and see what today's night has planned for me and hope for the best.

I haven't told anyone about it. I just don't want to get my hopes high up only for them to fall down. Telling anyone means to go through series of questions that I don't have answer for. I don't know what truly is going on with me. My thoughts are flying like dust in storm, they have no definite direction.

I'm still trying to figure out everything happening to me and sharing anything will complicate it more. I'm yet ask some question to Romero that has been bugging me like why he was jerk to me all this time or why he humiliated me in front of his friends. Why didn't he like me at first or why did he insulted me.

I won't be fully able to move on until I don't have honest answer for my every question. I hate lies or being kept in dark with every fiber of my being. It is one thing I can't accept. I have seen its dreadful results. I don't ever want to see it again and I don't think I can bear it.

"Is the new edition of 'Not just Live' available?" A sound comes out of nowhere rifting the stream of my brainstorm.

Startled, I look up to find a young girl around fifteen is almost hovering me. It takes me a moment to realize she has said something, "Yes?" I smile politely.

She rolls her eyes in annoyance, "I asked, 'Is the new edition of 'Not just Live' available yet?"

I don't think I've read this book but somehow it sound familiar to me, like I have seen or heard about it somewhere.

"I don't think I know about it. Let me ask Mr. Jacob."

Informing her, I stand up and motion her to come with me. On

hing, "Sometimes it's hard even for love to conquer everything. I was young, reckless and full of ego. They came between us and drifted us apart. I was too proud to try and fix us."

Pride is the damnation of many relations.

Damn pride.

He doesn't elaborate any further, clearly it's painful for him to talk about them. My heart breaks for him and for their love. I feel my eyes waters a little at his sad and broken expression. He still loves her, maybe too much.

I still have one question that I desperately want to ask and I do, "Do you regret it? I mean your past mistakes."

He turns to me, sharply, his eyes haunted as speaks tightly, "Every single day. Every second I wish I could go back and change everything and make every wrong right. I can never forgive myself for not realizing her worth and by god she's worth my everything."

After this he returns back to his memory and zones me out. I take a one last glance at the picture of young Evelyn and her radiant face before returning back to my place.

His words echo in my mind throughout and I feel the truthiness of his them. They holds a very strong meaning in just some simple terms.

I can't help but wander if Romero is worth my anything.

Is he really?

I don't know but I really do want find out.

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