In French, you don’t really say “I miss you”, you say “Tu me manques” which means “You are missing from me”.
Aisha: Adi, It’s difficult to bid you a bye, when I don’t even know when I get to see you next . . .
Aditya: Soon, very soon. We got to go now.
Aisha: Why don’t we stop for tea? You like the tea here, right? *Watching Aditya intently, like he always did, trying a CHANCE and to stall their departure*
Aditya:*Checking his watch, which shows 1:30 AM* We got to go, Aish. And, for your information, this parking lot here, has cameras all around us.
Aisha: Let me fasten my seat belt *Sighs in silence* *Disappointed*
*Adi stops the car as they reach their destination*
Aisha: You want some water, Adi? *Takes a sip from her huge bottle and passes on to Adi*
Aditya: Thanks. Sleep well. *Takes a sip, CLEVER GIRL*
Aisha: Text me when you reach home, Adi. Drive safe.
*I don’t know when I am going to see you again, I don’t even remember when was the last time I saw you*
Sometimes, it’s not just about missing someone, it’s wondering if they’re missing you too.