I travelled to a country on the other side of the world and met the most amazing person.
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Just wish I'd smiled
posted Friday, June 15, 2012 at 3:41pm
Dear grey-blue (mostly blue) eyed man, I am a young, 5'8, East Indian man, with short, shaved, pitch-black hair, dark brown eyes, and hoop-like white bone earrings. The first time I saw you, was on a Wednesday and we were just two random strangers who happened to walk past one another on the sidewalk. The area was around Dunsmuir and Hamilton/Homer/ or Richards. I apologize, for I cannot remember which one. It was a beautiful afternoon and I was on my cell phone when you had walked by me, and at the very last moment before we passed one another, I by chance glanced up from my gadget and noticed you staring. You wore a light blue possibly grey t-shirt, as well as a pair of jeans and sneakers. You have the most piercingly grey-blue eyes I have ever seen in my entire life. You have dark, somewhat crew cut brown hair and I assumed we were around the same height. The second time I saw you was not long after (maybe a week or even several days?) on Davie St. right near the Starbucks on Thurlow. We were crossing the street and you were headed in the direction of the Shoppers with a friend. It was just around 6 or 7 pm, and you wore a black jacket or sweater, and I was munching on a donair from donairdude. You know, those really fat ones? Anyways, I was picking at a piece of lettuce and when I placed it into my mouth, I looked up and saw you staring once again. If you ever read this, I just would like to say that in those brief moments, you took my breath away. No one has honestly ever before looked at me with such passion and mesmerization as you had. I truly regret that I had not mustered up the courage and smiled, because I cannot stop thinking about you. I really hope to see your prepossessing self once again someday. Cheers.
Where:1) Around Stadium Sky-train Station 2) Near the Starbucks on Thurlow st and Davie