“It’s hard to say why even in that sea of faces, and in that crowd of unknowns and strangers, when I should have been minding my own way and looking straight ahead, my eyes wandered off in her direction. And instead of moving on forward, like my eyes been doing until that moment, they decided to stay on her face.
It was a fleeting moment but in that moment a lot of things happened. My eyes, through the working of my brain and possibly also of my heart, had made a connection with her. And Suddenly every atom of my body was awake with an acute awareness of this person who didn’t exist in my life until now.
The way she was walking carefully in that crowd, one hand holding onto the side rail as she stepped down the staircase and the other hand brushing a strand of hair that had fallen in front of her face, a hint of smile on her face betraying something funny she must have remembered, the slight jump in her shoulder length hair as she took one step after another …
… it’s hard to say that how in that one moment I could feel so much for someone that sometimes people don’t feel in their entire lifetime! So much that even hours after that moment had passed, it was making me stay wide awake in my bed, wishing if I could seize such moment again… if I could see her again…”