A Twisted Love Story.
The fall of each rose petal was the sign of confusion for Sana. The only thing which was on her mind was what to do.
"Should I tell him?" And the rose petal falls, "No I don't have to tell him," again the petal falls, these two thoughts were being repeated again and again in her mind, and each time she was sacrificing a rose petal to make herself comfortable.
A much similar case was with Yasir who was holding his mobile in his hand and was thinking of what to do with it. "Should I call her and tell her to meet me tomorrow" and "No I must be patient and wait for her to call me," these two…
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