It feels quiet. You are calm and centered. You feel a stronger sense of security—and this is the surprising part of loving somebody truly, because you never felt as though your life was lacking before. Now you know that when you come home at the end of the day, your beloved will come home as well. This one very special person who you have chosen and who has chosen you.
It's wonderful how you are in love, like you can give them everything you had, serving them the best as you can so they could feel happy, safe, and warm. Waiting them to tell any stories happened today, how was their day, and be smiled 24/7 when seeing their messages arrived in the notification box.
Knowing that I am loved and cared for constantly is truly amazing to me. My wrath is calmed by his presence. The mere knowledge of his existence calms my anxiety and gives me the impression that everything will be alright, even if I am really afraid of the world. I may be trapped in whirlwind of misery, but his words and everything about him woke me up also reminded me that I would be okay. It feels like a sweet reassurance and a gentle kiss in the lips. The conclusion; falling in love is incredible.
For me, it feels like spark. Falling in love can leave you feeling on top of the world—you feel happy, you feel wanted, you feel appreciated, you feel like you could do anything. But at the same time, it's also a little unsettling as you disclose yourself to the possibility of getting hurt. But yea, to love and be love is a beautiful feeling.
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