To the green-eyed, blonde-haired surfer boy downtown,
I wish I could tell you how beautiful you are. Most of what I would tell you would be lost in translation but if, in this lifetime I got to tell you the things that come rushing to my heart every time I see you, this is what I would tell you:
There’s a glitter in your eyes that blinds me when you brush past me.
Your dirty golden curls that’s been growing out remind me of a movie where you would be the prince who’s too good for this world.
You radiate like the sun finds its home inside your lean figure.
You have a smile that makes me smile for days; you have a smile that, alongside your rose-red cheeks make me want to look at you for days – take in your pure beauty like it powers my soul.
You look and feel like you’re brimming with youth and happiness like you’ve never known what it is like to be sad.
I could count the times I’ve met you on my fingers and yet you never cease to occupy a little corner of my otherwise crammed head.
I cannot calculate the chances of us meeting again and of you remembering me, of you smiling at me like my smile lights up your day too.
There are too many people in this world than we can fathom and you and I are too distant for my passing feelings to matter but –
I just wanted to let you know that you’re like a sunflower that I want to pluck and keep, but also a sunflower I want to watch grow even more beautiful.