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Being a girl of this generation,
She had no belief in arrange marriage.
"How can she accept someone she doesn't know?" This question was hovering over her head.
Since childhood she had been dreaming of a prince charming with whom she would fall in love and who would take her away with him.
But that dream seemed to be shattering now.
With a heavy heart, she got ready to meet the unknown boy
But there was no sign of happiness on her face.
She reached the caffe on time
And took a corner table and started waiting for him.
He arrived there a little later and greeted her with a gentle smile flashing on his face.
She felt a little lighter this time with her face turning brighter and full of grace.
Then they started conversing with each other.
And She was really impressed by his gentle and jovial nature.
They then came out of the restaurant
And took a long walk today,
Inorder to know much about each other.
The weather was enchanting with cool breeze flowing everywhere
As if providing perfect atmosphere to them and their relationship to grow.
That day she returned back home with a smile on her face.
And for the first time, her notion towards arrange marriage got changed.
Day by day, she started getting more attracted towards him
And she started finding time amid her tight schedule to meet and chat with him.
She had never thought that she would be so close to someone
Who was once completely unknown to him.
And in her lonely hours, she would always cherish her memory of "Special Meet, with him".

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