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Vishikha was very upset. Rohan told her to stop talking to him. How could he be so rude to her?, Vishikha thought. She wanted to give their relationship a definite name. They were friends though they have never met in person. Their friendship started from accepting friend requests on social media. Vishikha always had a soft corner for Rohan. She came to know him through a mutual friend. After conversing daily with each other, they became very close. There soon came a point when they couldn't live without sharing even the tiniest details of their lives with each other.
But today Rohan told her, she is nothing but a virtual friend of his. A virtual friend! A friend who resides in virtual world, can't be friend in this real world, too? Vishikha wrote to Rohan, "I really wanted to tell you these words.. but I couldn’t. Why is it always me telling you everything? Can’t you hear me? Let it be, anyway.. but whatever is between us, I know, it’s real, it’s true. And I love it, trust me.”
“I don’t know whether I have fallen in love once again or not, but, I know, I always want to see a glimpse of you. I want to appreciate your creations, I want to be with you, in your steps. I want to listen to all the stories buried in your heart, I want to share all your tears and smiles, I want to hear you. I want to watch mountain sunsets with you, I want to have splendid daybreaks with you. Just like you, I love to get lost in the morning mist, and then to get discovered only by you. I want to embrace the soft light of the early morning, just to tell you, I am here, for you, with you. And will be, always, forever. I want to keep our relation nameless, for in friendship, there is a void called love, and in love, there is a silence called friendship. I want to whisper in silence, that the void is to be filled only by you. I want something more than friendship, something beyond love. I want to be with you, at this moment, to have you with me, in this momentary escape. We’ll remain like this, forever, nameless.”