I’m lost in a generation that doesn’t fit my dreams. I’m settling for a scene that produces heart break and casual love.
I’m not a casual love kind of girl.
I’m not a casual fling, a one night stand or a buddy you can call when it’s convenient.
I’m not a waste of fear like half of the people around me seem to be.
Afraid of commitment, afraid of fighting, even afraid of talking to someone they find remotely interesting.
Why is that so terrifying to us now?
Why is there a timeline of love?
My grandparents dated for 6 months before getting engaged and were married shortly after.
Why does this fear of interaction keep us from committing to one person?
It may be this generation’s way of dating, but it’s not mine.
I’ll stay hopeful for the ones out there who feel the way I do about love.
It should be fought for, worked for and approached with confidence.
You should be able to go up to someone and talk with them because you want to get to know them, not because you’ll be seen as overbearing or needy.
What is the point of playing hard to get? What is the point of a chase?
Life isn’t a game and I refuse to treat it like one.
I’m a playful person but this is serious to me and I’ll treat it as so.
I’m looking for something… MORE.
More than timed texts and waiting three days to call.
I’m looking for electricity.
I’ve seen sparks in people and I know what it is that makes me glow.
It’s going to be tough to wait for someone who wants the same kind of love I do, but it will be worth it.
And it will inspire.
Until Next Time,