He sits across the table from her, grinning like a dope who's mute tongue could not find the words to express how he felt.
"What?" She asks shyly, blushing lightly and ducking her face behind her hands
"You." He motions at her whole anime cutesy blushing pose.
"What about me?" She looked hopeful across the table, apparently use to being told lame ass open ended compliments that was left to the receiver to fantasize about and draw their own conclusions.
Your eyes of fudge chocolate Sunday, gazing through those oh so cute nerdy glasses that I adore. Your hair of darkened silk that flows around that lovely skin of ivory. All your cutesy ass shit that makes me feel things I'm not use to feeling because you are so fucking beautiful I want to spend the time to count each of those freckles running over your nose... This is what he wanted to say, but all that came out was:
"You are so damn beautiful, how could I do anything less then stare?."
Watching her giggle and blush the hue of a red rose in all its velvet splendor, he sighed inside while just grinning and giving a light chuckle. They had spoken on video stream several times already and been talking for a few week yet this was their official first date and here he was, bursting inside while maintaining his cool, collected outer appearance. From the first time he'd laid eyes on her photos, he was drawn to her. Her eyes were always so full of life that he just wanted to be part of what made them shine. The short public kiss they had done when he met her in the lobby of the restaurant was simply not enough. She tasted of candy, or at least her lips did... sweet, tantalizing and when she smiled she lit up with an aura that he was pretty sure she never even knew she had. Its light was soft like the moon, comforting and welcoming to him whom is use to living in the dark.
Throughout the dinner he would watch her blush every time he told her how lovely she was, yet never letting her hear the fullness of what he truly wanted to say... I love you, was too much for a first date.
Every day since we first began this journey, even before placing your collar on, this is how I've felt:
Thank you for accepting me as I am.