She was drawn to him like moths to flames. But he wanted to be the water her fish would love to swim in.
Priyasha thought she should try to have a decent talk with him. Things couldn't get solved until you solve them. So she stood up determined and made it to the living room where she knew ...
...he was present beside the fireplace. It was dark, nearly impossible for someone to see through. She called out. "Abhiraj, What's going on?" She found him on an armchair.
His eyes were closed and jaws clenched. A frown playing on his beautiful face. She hesitated for a second, "Abhiraj!" His solemn voice echoed, "Leave me alone!"
She sighed. Why was he like this? So difficult, so different, hard to decipher?
After a grave moment, she said, "You may have problems, doesn't mean you can behave rude to others. People can get hurt and one should realize that. Besides, it cannot improve your situations."
She paused. "Respect people, you will get the same in return." She stood up, "Love them, they will love back."
Her eyes lingered on him for sometime then she left. His frown left too.