They were poles apart. But he loved her very much. Whenever he looked at her, he used to marvel at the beauty with which she was created. He was jealous that many people could go near her, but not him.
She was oblivious of his love. It was natural because the distance between them was humongous. There was a way she could see him, but she probably didn’t know he existed.
Venus’ love remained unsaid. He was destined to watch Venice from his vantage point of 162 million miles away. She wouldn’t budge from her position at 45°26′15″N 12°20′9″E on Earth.
This is my third year of participating in the A-to-Z blogging challenge and like last year, I hope to complete the challenge this year too. This post is written in response to the letter V.