I Do Not Want a 21st Century Kind of Love…

I do not want a 21st century kind of love. I do not want someone to prove to me that they are paying attention by a Facebook comment or an Instagram like, I want more than just a double tap on a phone. I want someone to pay attention to what I say, what I do, who my friends are and what kind of person I am, I want someone to pay attention to the things I do privately, not the things I share with the world. I do not want to have important conversations over texts and share live moments vis snapchats and video calls, I want to have deep conversations looking into someones eyes and I want to experience moments holding someone’s hand. I do not want a connection over the internet. I do not want someone who hides behind their busy life or someone who uses work as an excuse not to fall in love with somebody. I want someone who makes time for love. I do not want someone to tell me I deserve better or the timing is not right, I want someone who is not afraid of loving me, who is not afraid of taking a chance. I do not want someone who is more into quantity than quality, more into numbers than meaning or someone who is afraid of labels, of getting too close, of actually being loved. I want someone who understands the beauty of commitment and the value of love. I want a special kind of love; the love that makes you wonder why you did not seek sooner. A love that makes you believe that there truly is one person out there that will make you feel that no one else matters when they are around and that you can not see anyone else but the,. I do not want a 21st century kind of love; easily replaced and forgotten, I want a love that breaks all these absurd rules. I want a love that can not be erased.

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