Wait for the person when you’re ready. When you’re no longer finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning because you’re not waking up in someone else’s bed you used to share with them every day.
Wait for the person who makes you see why every other guy you went out with before them was wrong for you. The ones who stood you up on a Saturday night only wanted you for your body and a conversation that never went past a text.
Wait for the person who never questions your worth. Because they see you for all that you are and likes every single part of you, even the bad ones.
Wait for the person who makes your eyes glisten when you see them waiting for you outside your door.
Wait for the person who makes your heart skip a beat the first time you meet them at a bar on a Thursday night.
Wait for the person who makes you feel comfortable. Where talking for five hours at a bar about your past and drunken regrets feels normal.
Wait for the person who supports you when you feel like the world is crumbling around you.
Wait for the person who brings you to a bookstore in the city on a date because you told them you loved to read and get lost in books and they listened.
Wait for the person who’s easy to open up to. Where bringing up painful topics doesn’t scare you as much as it used to.
Wait for the person who has kind eyes and soft hands. The kind that makes you feel safe in their touch and not flinch.
Wait for the person who sings with you in the car to Taylor Swift down the highway at 1 am because you told them she’s your favorite singer and they didn’t turn her off.
Wait for the person you’d be proud to introduce to your mom.
Wait for the person who makes you feel beautiful. Even when you go out to a public place wearing a sweatshirt, no makeup, and a braid because your hair was still wet from taking a shower.
Wait for the person who makes you smile just thinking about them.
Wait for the person who reawakens your soul in ways you never saw coming.
Wait for the person who helps pick up the pieces of your heart and puts them back together.
Wait for the person you never saw coming.
Wait for the person your ex told you you deserved.
I think I found him.