I chose “Send a love letter” rather than a goal about writing one because I have written many. Most of them have stayed unsent or have been sent in email form. A few of them have been read aloud. But lately I’ve had the whim to choose beautiful paper, a beautiful envelope. To write drafts of my love in words and to copy the final draft carefully onto delicate paper with a prettily-colored ink. To put this paper in the envelope, choose a beautiful stamp, write his address. Drop it in a mailbox. Hope he doesn’t think I’m ridiculous. (This is probably very ridiculous since, while not giving too many details, I can easily say that the romantic aspect of our relationship is probably doomed to fade away—though I pray it doesn’t.)
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Your enthusiasm is thrilling as well.
this is the most gorgeous idea!
love LETTERS are so much more beautiful than love-emails or – oh HORRORS – the messily awkward love IM. (all the disadvantages of real-time confession, for example the impossibility of erasing anything you say, and none of the advantages of face-to-face contact – why do people PERSIST in using their instant messengers for this purpose!?) beautiful paper, beautiful envelope, beautiful ink – it sounds just so ROMANTIC and LOVELY already.
and hey, it’s a love letter; don’t worry about sounding trite or ridiculous! even if you do, what’s wrong with that? isn’t the gesture and sentiment enough to justify any possible ridiculosity? I think it’s just PERfect!
although my curiosity is picqued by your last line – is this a relationship already begun, or is the love letter addressed to someone as of yet unaware of your inclinations?
either way, good luck!
The problem is primarily one of age, though there are other issues as well. He’s about twenty years older than I am. Largely because of this, he and I want very different things from our romantic partners. He would like marriage and children. I would like—well, I have no idea, but it involves a lot more freedom than marriage would offer. You see, aside from the fact that he is the most perfect creature in creation (::cough:: you see how cliched I can be), it’s not reasonable at all that I want to be with him so badly.