For a week to 10
I couldn’t get a yes
From a girl, that I met
At her clinic, but to stress….
Is the part where she didn’t
Say no to the 10th note
Which spoke in my heart’s stead
“Would you please go out with me on a date”….
As it recurred to me
I reoccurred at the street
And shared the same with the one
To whom I lost my butterflies And A Beat….
At first she giggled
And then I did too to show cool
And then I proposed
“Would you go out for a 2 minute date like it’s High School”….
Finally she said yes
And with utmost haste
I whistled, to call in the coachman
To bring forth the horse drawn carriage….
We got in at once
For we were 5 seconds down
Only to find ourselves being served by strangers
Top Tequila from the farthest corner of the town….
The same peeps then performed
In vivid costumes, a play as we sipped tequila
Where once they played Romeo and Juliet
And at the the very next moment, Sebastian and Mia….
Then we rode
The next hundred centimetre
To find a table for two ready
With a waiter and the pre-planned appetizer….
As We took a quick bite
I waived at the waiter
And got our plates replaced
With her favourite dinner….
That I had cooked
Till it displayed a savoury attire
And seasoned, as well
Till it’s essence brought in a suave satire….
After slicing and biting
Twice or thrice
I glanced at the watch
To realise that minute and a half got sliced….
With a 30 in a hand
And in another, her hand
I tapped twice on the land
As a signal to bring forth the wonderland….
The Cotton rained, instead of snow
Yet in the white scenario
She twirled and swirled, flawlessly
As if the Snowhite had finally found her glee….
We danced in the middle
Of the street, as if it was ours
And it seemed an hour came to an end
When the second 12 came into power….
I leaned forward To bid her adieu
Instead she leaped first, and we kissed
And as I was about to say her a thing
She whispered “never let my fingers slip off your softly clasped fist”….