Gayu, just listen to me. I love you and will not hurt you. I know that you like me too. Then why are you constantly trying to run away from me?
Sumith, no. Just leave me alone. I don’t want to talk about it.
Okay, don’t talk….just…just listen to me…and try to understand. Please.
No, you listen to me. No matter what you say, nothing will change my mind. Today you say you love me, what is the guarantee that tomorrow you will not say the same thing to another girl?
Guarantee?? This is life we are talking about here, not any product. Don’t you want to live with someone you like? How can you blindly say yes to any guy your parents find for you? Give me some time to make you see Gayathri.
You don’t understand Sumith. The guy my parents find may not be perfect, but with time I will learn to like him, probably even love him. But marrying him gives me an assurance, a guarantee that no matter what happens later on, my family will be with me. I don’t have that security with anyone else.
What about your wishes, your dreams and what your heart desires?
My heart only wants what my family wants. Goodbye Sumith. Oh, and don’t call me again, please.
Each year April is special for the blogging community as a lot of us embark on the AtoZ Challenge – one where each day of April, we attempt to write on one English alphabet. The letter for the day is G and today’s post revolves around the word guarantee.