verb // to love romantically }}
You don’t have to say I love you to say I love you.
Fluff. Slice of Life AU. 2,103 words.
➵ inspired by Troye Sivan’s for him.
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I love you.
It is a mere common-place, frequently used phrase made up of simply three words, eight letters, two spaces, yet it never fails to make your cheeks turn pink, your eyes turn into crescents, and your lips turn into a smile.
Especially when it comes from your boyfriend.
Yoongi is sleeping soundly next to you as you look at him fondly, tenderly grazing your fingers across the apples of his cheeks and smoothing out the stray strands of his hair. He looks so innocent, dark eyelashes that frame his sleepy eyes now laying softly on his cheeks and a smile barely there on his lips. You gently trace your fingertips over his features and stop abruptly when his nose scrunches up. He lets a quiet snore escape between his teeth, and you giggle softly.
You love him with every fiber of your being, heart, and soul.
And while he rarely expresses the sentiment to you, you know he loves you just as much.
After all, Yoongi is the one who taught you that there are different ways to mean I love you.