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It was a moment that had me in a shock, I was going through an alley near my home. There was a huge barren land after a few buildings from my house. I was always used to feel how would I will react when a woman comes in front of me smiling yet not speaking anything. It used to amuse me always.
The thought would flow in mind that if she becomes a girlfriend, there would a bliss of a moment every day understanding her and her emotions until she pens down.
Last week I had heard from my dad my his friend's family was coming to the village to spend some time and was looking for a groom for their daughter.
I had heard of the beauty of Samiksha from a quiet a long time which brought butterflies in my stomach.
Fast forward few days, I was told that her parent's want to meet me because according to them I would be the best choice for their daughter.
"Who doesn't want to marry a beautiful woman, " I told myself.
So it was Friday evening, everyone in my family was excited and so was I. The bell and there was a moment of joy all around.
Finally, after embracing everyone, hugging everyone our eyes met.
As soon as we saw each other, I could feel the connection as if we know each other for a long time.
Our families started talking and we both we were introduced to each other.
To my surprise, my thought has turned into a reality. Jess can't speak because of her disability since childhood. My parents being so open didn't mind and told me to take her to your room as talk to each and know each other.
I was already feeling a vibe while I was walking with her as her smile just brought so much of energy around.
I asked her " how is she feeling?" She replied with and a wide smile. I knew even she can't talk yet she is very special and if she comes in my life we both will have an amazing journey of life ahead.
With everything, I asked her she came up with an answer that connected the dots of my heart.
Finally, I asked her I am honoured to have her as my life to which she laughed and it echoed throughout my house.
I had decided that she is one I am going to marry no matter what people feel around me.
Her way of connecting the " Unspoken Words" had touched my heart.