A Letter: I’m Sorry I Don’t Know How to Say It in Person. You Also Know That I’ve Got Difficulty to Express My Deepest Feeling. So, Here It Is.

I guess the reasons why I don’t want to lose you and always be able to find you are because you’re capable to calm me down, to rationalize the non-sense in my head, to make me focus on our conversation only, diving into the depths, to keep me still, chill, yet thrill, to train me how to be patient, to sort out my chaotic thinking path, to encourage me to learn about anything because you know a lot of things and your knowledge tickles my curiosity. Above all, because you’re you.

We find ourselves at the edge of the fitted shape of hundred pieces of a jigsaw. Complement one another. I may be a blue wrapped in yellow, while you’re yellow wrapped in blue. Together, we can create green in both inside and outside of ourselves. The green color represents growth, nature, calm, and harmony. The communication in green describes us as well at points that tell to give time to think, to skip the “small talk”, to give the big picture then get into details.

Surrounded by the colors of calmness, there’s no need to rush. As long as we keep consistent and persistent on what and how we do to aim our purpose, time will do the rest. Though I can create my own happiness and overcome my own desolation, your presence contributes to quicken the recovery or heal the wound completely. Thank you for your existence. It’s just the beginning, learning about you is a lifetime subject I’d like to take.

P.s. I’m too, need to learn how to show and convince you that ‘this thing’ is real, to do something to make you feel the same way, without me pretending to be someone else, to keep me as genuine as I am, to behave serenely. I love to learn, then I will.

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