A Love Letter
You’re irreplaceable. You’re the person I could have never dreamed of because you’re too perfect. Even your flaws are perfect. I wouldn’t change a thing. I admire you, adore you, cherish you,
desire you, live for you, die for you and I undeniably need you. You’re my sanctuary, my home, my dreams, my love, my world and my soul mate. You complete me, inspire me, challenge me, intrigue me,
and consume me. You are everything to me. I won’t survive without you.
To this day, when love is brought up in conversation, I still say I know what being in love feels like. Just like you can. I haven’t found the right words, but there’s not a doubt in my mind that I’ve
encountered it. I found it with you. There really is nothing like it.
Love is an existence. It’s not a choice or an experience or an event or a phase. When you find love, it consumes every fiber of your being. It holds you in ways that shield you from all of the swords in
the trebuchet of life even when it’s penetrating your heart itself. It hears every breath you inhale or exhale, every word you utter, every step you take. It defines every sound you hear. It calms the loud and
enhances the quiet. It liberates you while you carry the world on your shoulders. It gives you air when you’re suffocating. It feeds you when you’re starving. It warms you when you freeze and cools you when
you burn. It brings you to life when you’re dead and it kills you when you’re living. It protects you and hurts you at the same time. It saves you and it destroys you because it means so much to you. It fills in
what’s missing even when it’s not there. It gives purpose to the insignificant. It makes the big stuff seem
small. It’s constant worry, gratitude, fear, and excitement. It’s forgiveness and confrontation and dependence and independence. It’s happiness and sadness. It’s up and down. It’s endless. The scariest
and most amazing part of it is that it’s not something you can control. It’s its own entity by itself, but the best part (and my favorite part) about any of this is that I got to find that out because I was given the privilege of meeting you.