• Then and Now

    by  • May 26, 2014 • To You • 2 Comments

    Have all of me. We all know that’s terrifying, and it should scare the shit out of me. I’m thrilled by this, and yet I feel safe. How could I have fallen so quickly and still stayed so deeply in love after all of this time?
    The truth is that I think too much about my past, but, maybe as much as I do that, I think about yours, too (I’m sure everyone writing in this format, on this anonymous place, is guilty of over-thinking), and I hate that I do that. I can shake my own past, magically, after all of this time, but now, I have to shake yours, too. You never did anything wrong – you always did right by anyone, and that is exactly it.
    I want to feel as though I am it – your number one choice in all this world, in all your life, then and now. I want to feel wholly as though you would choose me and now over whoever and then.
    Everyone has their insecurities, I just don’t know if I’ve ever felt it this way.
    I love you. You could have entered any time in my life, and been immediately it – you did show up, randomly, and I knew.
    It really is as if I dig for things to feel unsure about, to feel insecure about. I can’t help it when you’re everything, and when I only fall more and more in love with you with each moment that passes.

    2 Responses to Then and Now

    1. The secret is
      May 26, 2014 at 5:44 pm

      The secret is to hold on to moments for dear life you never know when the last one arrives.
      Give all of what you seek to receive and if it’s true 0 it will be yours.
      Nobody eve done right by everyone all of the time for nobody is perfect, love the imperfections and it will have you feel less insecure.

      No knowing your particular situation, this is the philosophy I came up with based on my own.
      The moment of this post appearing a cunning coincidence, no doubt. but nonetheless remarkable.

      Best wishes to you – have faith in yourself.

    2. this
      May 27, 2014 at 9:04 am

      This is a great letter. Too bad it’s here and not in your person’s hands where (in my opinion) it belongs. It’s flattering and everything positive. Good luck author.

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