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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

A Letter To ─

I think of you rather often. Apart from antipation, I can find no other reason why, logically.

We hardly know each other but seem somehow connected in an intangible way. Let's make it tangible. Not knowing you well means you are but a mere living object for now. As I am to you. We are objectifying each other. Carnal and lovely but will it backfire or lead to a greater connection?

The word 'tangible'. It goes beyond the senses, it means letting down our defences, and having to uncloak our souls, to make it tangible. I want to make you an intimate friend of mine.

Maybe that is also why you occupy my thoughts. You are like an exciting novel that cannot be put down.

Till we next meet,


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