Friday, March 25, 2011

"I love you."

Do you really love me? Do you really love me for me? Or do you love me just because of the intimacy we have? Do you love me when I'm at my worst, when I'm really moody, or when I'm just being stubborn? Do you love me even though I can be a bit annoying at times? Do you love my flaws? Do you love everything about me? Do you love how I push your buttons? Do you actually really love me with all your heart? When you tell me that you love me, do you really do?

Because when I say I love you, I do mean I love you. I know, maybe I've mistaken the words "I love you" in the past before. But, I've became cautious. When we got together, I didn't just blurt out the words "I love you" just out of nowhere. I didn't want to throw these three words around like nothing for you to hear, I wanted to actually mean it when I say it. The only reason why I didn't say I love you was because my feelings hasn't reached that level. Yet as time progress, my feelings has grown for you.

When I said I love you, I meant it. As time went by, I began to learn what kind of person you are. You're kind, insecure, shy, thoughtful, and amazing.

I love you... I actually love you for you. I love you for who you are, not for who you are trying to be. I will love you at your worst, I will love you even if your hair is messy. I will love you if you're moody, if you're not feeling well. I will love you even if you're being stubborn. I will love you for your flaws, I will accept them. Because your flaws had turned you into the person I am loving.

I mean it when I say I love you.

Do you mean it?

Do you actually """love""" me?