It was a Sunday, my day off and lazy time so I was off to my Photography expedition. Somehow it was a bad day I was succumbed to some moody conflicts and bad location. That was the first time when I saw her they needed some help, she wanted to communicate with a local. I was reflective and observed the lines on her face; she had mixed expressions on her face her pale green eyes were deep and beautiful. My brain concluded she was serene. So I communicated with the local and set that man free.
After that man passed we were having some conversations I was still observing her. She had something in her that made me comfortable amidst of my weired thought flows. Ever since the first conversation started I was getting lost into her expressions, her talks, her eyes were communicating and somehow we were talking about connections. After an hour of talking we kind of realized to ask our names and her name was Alice.
It was a coincidence I already had found much of my insights in her, she was exactly like my dream imagination persona. I am much of a fan of Twilight saga besides Bella and Edward "Alice" is what instigates curiosities and paints my imaginations. Not that I have not known anyone named Alice but she in particular was a part of what I had imagined. I told her the same she reminds me of "Alice" from Twilight contradicting to her expectation of Alice in Wonderland.
Alice: Who is her?
Me: She is a Vampire!
Bang there was a beautiful scoffed expression on her face, her eyes were narrowed and eyebrow raised ( I had pretty much expected that). Later I told her how I relate to stories and how each incident is a registered story in my mind. So she was like my story:
"A story of Connections" and "Akanshaa" (I have never managed to complete this story of mine it has been past 7-8 years since I have initiated Akanshaa but haven't completed it.)
Atlast, I captured one image if hers without her notice and showed her how expressive she was. So finally the whole conversation rather session ended in evening and it was more than 3 hours to our yapping.