I hope this letter will find you in good spirits and in fine fettle. I have been pining for you, since long. I am for you what Maud Gonne was for W.B. Yeats. I love you in the truest sense of the term and want to get hitched with you, so that my inner feelings get materialized. Without you, I am like a ship without a rudder.
I don’t believe in gold diggers rather love that springs from the heart directly. I will find in you not the Circe but Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and wisdom. I don’t purport you to be a piece of flesh rather a girl of high etiquette. You are the cynosure of my eyes.
Had you been in my life, I would have enjoyed the vivacity of life, neck and crop. The charismatic personality of yours has left a deep imprint on my mind and heart. Had I been a poet of Shakespeare’s erudition, I would have written 155 sonnets for you. Was this the face, that launched a thousand ships; And burnt the topless towers of Elium.
Your pining is increasing in my heart day in and day out. There is not a scintilla of doubt regarding my love for you. I don’t want to be at cross with you, come what may!! Your beauty beggars description. I find in you solace, joie de vivre (delight/vivacity) to the point of culmination.
I won’t dare compare you with a compass like that of John Donne, as you are incomprehensible. Your love for me act as a potion, the elixir of life. Whenever, I hear your name, my heart dances to the tunes of the razzmatazz. You are the gossamer of my life.
Before knowing you in person, my life was a file of oddities. Now I find equipoise and composure in your company. As they say, two is a company, three a crowd. Whenever I feel the fits of dolour, I peruse the Shakespearean Sonnets and I feel comfort by quoting the line of Shakespeare germane to love: If this be error and upon me proved, I never writ, nor no man ever loved.
I know my love is a maze for you, but you mean everything for me hook, line and sinker.
I hope you will mull over the contents of this letter and let me know about your future plans vis-a vis me.
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