Must be love at first sightS. Italy x ReaderMust be love at first sight2 days ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Make haste, I feel your heartbeat
With new taste for speed, out on the street
Find a road, to a humble abode
Where both of our routes meet
Italy… After France, this is also another city of romance. You came here to only one purpose and that was to find an Italian lover. You had heard that being loved by an Italian was the best of all. You had heard many rumors and whispers of the said race. It excited you much for you had been waiting for this day. You also wanted to prove to your mother that you can actually get married even though you had been quite a workaholic yourself.
As you waited for your arrival in Rome, Italy, you tried reminiscing yourself of this funny thing you did while you were doing some papers back home. You were a bit stressed at that time so you decided to take a short break. You thought of Googling how to date an Italian guy. This suddenly just popped out of your m
The beach.We agreed to meet in the evening down at the beach, a day after I came back.The beach.2 days ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
I had never forgotten the way he enchanted me, took me into another dimension, showed me aspects of life I had never known before.
My heart was beating fast and hard as I walked down the stairs into the still warm, soft sand. I had chosen to not wear shoes since I didn’t feel like cleaning them from the sand afterwards. On bare feet I slowly took one step after the other towards him. It was half dark and clouds tried to hide the rest of daylight. I heard the sound of the sea in my ears while trying not to fall down in the sand that wasn’t giving me a good hold.
He was already standing down at the shore, just near enough to the water that the waves wouldn’t touch his feet. His long, curly hair was flying in the breezes that were occurring from time to time. I didn’t see more from him yet than his tall, slender silhouette in the backlight that made my mind start wandering. I didn’t