How do you write about the person you love?
I use metaphors, because simple adjectives are not enough to describe how you make me feel.
No, I don’t use metaphors or adjectives; because no words can describe the way I feel when I think about you, when I hear your name, or when we’re together.
I think about the sun and its warmth, and how it brightens my day. I think about the winter and the cold, like the way you make me feel when you’re gone. I think about what could be going on in your thoughts, whether I’m part of it or not.
At the end of the day, I do write about you, in the simplest way I could possibly can, using the most extraordinary words of the English language. I write about you, not because you’ve filled up most of my thoughts, but because I want to remember everything about you: every moment, every smile, every detail.
I write about you in the most serene way: how peaceful you look when you sleep, or how your eyes never seem to leave a page when you read. I write about you and our adventures, because they are greater than any love story ever told.
I write about you and us, even if ‘we’ don’t exist.
I write about you and this one-way love story, because you’ll never really know how I feel.
I write about me, writing about you and how you inspire me to play the odds.
And if it were up to me, you were probably the most beautiful piece I’ve ever written.