World Of Married

World Of Married

She had to tell him how she felt; she couldn’t keep it inside any longer.

Aisha stood in front of the mirror, her reflection mirroring her inner turmoil. She wiped away a tear that had escaped the corner of her eye and took a deep breath.

She couldn’t bear the loneliness and the longing anymore.

Summoning all her courage, she walked into the room where Arjun was sitting, her heart pounding in her chest. “Karan,” she began, her voice quivering, “I need to talk to you.”

Karan looked at her, surprised by the urgency in her tone. “Yes, Aisha, what is it?”

She took a deep breath and confessed, “I love you, Arjun. I’ve loved you from the moment we got married, but I can’t take this distance between us any longer.

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Aisha stood before her husband, Karan.

Her eyes glistened with unshed tears of frustration, and her voice quivered as she spoke again, “Karan, I love you! She was sobbing”.

Karan looked at her with a mix of surprise and sadness. He had always believed that Aisha had married him because her parents had forced her to, and this belief had kept him from approaching her romantically, even six months since they married.

His voice was laced with confusion as he replied, “Aisha, you don’t have to say things you don’t mean just because of our families. I thought you didn’t want this.”

Tears welled up in Aisha’s eyes as she shook her head vigorously. “No, Karan, you’ve got it all wrong. I didn’t want this marriage, but I’ve fallen in love with you. I crave your touch, your love, your attention.”

Karan’s heart skipped a beat as he realized the truth. He wanted to tell her that he loved her too, but the constant interruptions from their joint family made it impossible. The bustling wedding ceremony of Karan’s sister at the hotel only added to the chaos.

Later that evening, they decided to escape from the commotion for a while. They went to their room, hoping to find some peace and solitude. The room was dimly lit, with rose petals scattered across the bed.

Aisha stood by the window, her beautiful lehenga shimmering in the soft light.

As Karan approached her, their eyes locked, and a smile played on Aisha’s lips. But just as he was about to confess his love, a loud knock on the door followed by a shrill voice interrupted them. It was a nosy aunt who had come looking for something.

Disheartened, they distanced themselves once more, their moment shattered. However, as the night wore on and everyone got engrossed in the wedding, Karan had a surprise in store for Aisha. He showed her a key, and a mischievous twinkle gleamed in his eyes.

Aisha couldn’t help but giggle when she realized what the key meant. “You bought another room?” she asked, her eyes sparkling with delight.

Karan nodded with a playful grin. “Yes, just for us.”

Laughing together, they found themselves outside the door of the new room. Karan swept Aisha into his arms and carried her inside.

His in light voice he said, “now no one will disturb us there will be only two of us, you and me”.

She couldn’t help but feel a rush of excitement and happiness.

She looked at him with a playful smile, “What should we do now?”

As they stood before the bed, Aisha hesitated for a moment and said let me change before we sleep. I am too tired from wedding chores, her fingers trembling as she started to unhook her lehenga blouse.

But Karan gently stopped her hand and hugged her from behind and whispered in her ear, “Let me.”

She nodded, her heart racing with anticipation. He began to remove her exquisite lehenga, about to unhook her bra, but she stopped him with a gentle hand on him.

As they embraced in the soft light of the hotel room, their love story finally took its course. It was a night filled with passion, tenderness, and the realization that they were meant to be together.

He hugged her tightly and said, “Let me show you how much I love you, Aisha.”

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