Poetry: to Do or Not to do? This is the Question
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
There is a girl who works at the grocery store where I shop and I've noticed her for sometime now. every week when I enter the store and while I shop, I intentionally look to see if she is there on the day I shop and hope she is so that I can see her. when I do see her there, my heart begins to race just from seeing her lovely face and I get nervous while looking at her and I'm afraid she will see me looking(I don't want her to think I'm a pervert or a stalker). I want to approach her, but being so shy I can't. she has inspired me to write some original poetry for/about her and I'm wondering if I should put some down on paper(or card) and give it to her, like in a surprising way(such as, at the desk where she works at, while she isn't looking)and then walk away and see, from a distance, if she reads it(I know that, by taking this route, she will wonder who left it there for her, and it may cause some confusion and bad results). or should I just give it to her in-person? because I think about her alot and see her each week, it eats me up inside. I don't know what to do.
You should walk up to her and give her the poetry.
Say that you wrote it for her and you hope she likes it.
Any other approach, as you suggest, might set off bad signals in her mind.
Good luck! George
-- from George
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