What Falling In Love Feels Like

Take a seat comfortably. I will tell you something that you don’t know.

Something that might take you a whole life to understand.

Something that felt so weird but relatable at the same time.

Something unfamiliar called, love.

and falling in love is the process that leads you to that neverending obscurity. You might as well feeling happy as if the world gravitate in the palm of your hand. As if everything will stay just fine and you are the most valuable person in this galaxy. Falling in love surely, is something that brought you happiness. The butterflies effect, the sun that felt so warm, and the hands that will benumbed — didn’t want to let each other go.

But falling in love too, is something that would take every oxygen in your artery — until you suffocated, until you be drowned in the sea of nothingness. Because your life was depend on this significant someone. Because your happiness will be empty without them there. Greek mythology once said, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate parts, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other halves and thats how soulmates was created. They said, when you met your soulmates, there will be a silent understanding of one another, they will feel joined and exist with each other in unison and will know no greater joy than that.

That was pretty much what falling in love feels like. How their eyes look right into yours. How they do their hair when they’re focus on something. How their laugh bust out like they can’t help themself and they stop being so perfect in just few moments. They has at least five different voices. How you could live in an ocean of their thoughts, and feel like they knows, they really know everything about you.

And falling in love doesn’t contain neverending happiness anyway.