"I have feelings for you". Does it have any equivalent in your language? What kind of feelings? Is it good? What are you trying to say? Do you like me? Do you care about me? Does it mean anything serious? What should I reply and how to react? Everybody has feelings for the others. What does this freaking phrase mean at all? I was thinking of this and the snow was falling. I have feelings for you. Everyone wants you to be over. I don't. You are marvelous, magical, stunning. You are lack of sun, but when it shows up, the snow is sparkling so brightly and amazingly, and my boyfriend complains of not seeing anything so eagerly and funny, that even his endless grumbling can't spoil anything. Snowflakes are falling on my lashes and cheeks, tickeling them. I feel like a child and hold them up to be more exposed to the snow. It seems the snow doesn't know what greed means, it's lavish with the snowflakes. We should be generous as well. Everything takes time. We should be generous and give this time to the others. Maybe they need some space. Maybe they need to think of figuring it all out. Maybe they can't formulate what they feel and put it into right words. Cuz feelings are too simple and complicated at the same time. Patience is what I lack of. I know about this drawback of mine, but.. Why can't he just say "I love you"? "I care about you". "I want you to be happy". Cuz I am happy when we talk, meet, hug, keep silence, walk, feel each other, hold hands, smile, lie in the sun, read the same book, have the same phone model (twice.by chance), write good night 🌟 / morning ☀️ messages, remember what one said s/he likes and present this some time later, hear and listen to each other...when we keep connection instead of suffering and having drama, you know? When we say "I love you" and we are okay with that. We know what to do. How to behave. Where the boundaries are (does love have ones?) Not hurting the others. Just feeling and expressing love, tenderness, support, acceptance and understanding. Just having these feelings for each other.