Have you ever caught your crush gazing at you? If you’re shy, I’m almost certain you turned away bashfully. If you are a bold one, you probably responded with a mischievous smile.
A stolen glance is one thing, but flirting that makes you swoon takes it a step further. You start to notice small changes. When did listening to them hum a tune start to sound so good? At what point did your giggling become so rambunctious? All of which made the captor of your heart look at you knowingly because you were now wrapped around his or her finger.
Good-looks and clever remarks charmed your brain. Their mental lexicon hooked your soul to them with a magical line. Only to make it harder to resist the fantasy brewing within your mind.
In Lauryn Hill’s song, The Sweetest Thing, she sang, “The sweetest thing I’ve ever known was like the kiss on the collarbone.” What she described was the emotion felt when your heart decides to dance. And it’s in that moment that the lines blur increasing your inability to think clearly because you’re drunk on butterfly kisses and bedroom wishes.
In Infatuation: Part I, I charged you with the task of finding out the difference between love and lust.
What did you find out? Can love and lust coexist?
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