Matching genuine effort. She wants mutual work. She is frazzled with always being the initiator. Texting Gm, checking up, answering when she is called, FaceTimed or texted. Expressing she doesn’t like to be ignored. Understanding real life enables a yes man, but wants to know you still think about her well being. The energy she wants from the person she cares for, always comes from people she doesn’t have interest in. She is a lover. Affectionate as her inner core exudes erotica. Don’t let that go over your head as affection isn’t always tied to physical intercourse. She expresses time and time again how she feels about you.  Wouldn’t mind a hug without asking, a kiss without leaning. A date without her asking you to plan it. Interest never seems to be an issue when it involves touching her. She understands what she brings to the table. Beautiful, independent, goal driven…yet handled like she replaceable. Her beauty doesn’t show the scars she has taken from emotions she has given to the undeserving. From the outside one would say she is mean. Reality says she is exhausted from the weight of being honest, only to reap trial instead of triumph. Interest on her level is rare..high key not searching anymore. She hasn’t lost faith. She just is over expressing why it’s imperative to treat her as she does you. Making her feel like she a burden only causes her fall into her metamorphosis state. She hides her pain behind her words..but her spirit allows her to still smile. Her pure heart allows her to press . Interest..matching genuine effort. Her song wasn’t made to be interpreted as desperation. Listen before you reply. She has all the things in life she craves minus a partner to share memories with. Interest..she knows you are out there..patient . When you open up your world to her…lookin back on the days you slept on her will be far fetched. Two heart’s collided..history will write the rest.


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Written on November 09, 2021

Submitted by NeshIsher on November 10, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

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