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Rik Bertrand

Rookie (18 April 1959 / Portland, Oregon)


Dear Princess,


Believe in the beauty and the power of your dreams, for you can change the world before you. Believe in the happiness and the weakness felt as you melt into everlasting desire. You are your own guide into the fantasy of weightlessness, the castles in the clouds and the stars and moons that you can reach out and touch. All is possible if you believe in yourself, in your inner being, in the power of your dreams. Oh princess your castle awaits you, your desires await you, and if you dream of me, I will await you. The beauty in your dreams will magnify into a paradise of everlasting peace and tranquility, if you believe, if you only believe. Close your eyes and see the mystic aspirations of true love forming and materializing into a reality that soothes your soul. You are the beauty that creates the dreams that all others envy, you are the princess that all men desire to find and kneel to, for you are golden in the hearts of all. Believe sweet sweet Maiden; believe in the beauty and the power of your Dreams. You are in control, you have the touch of a Goddess, your presence lights the lives of many, and you are divine. I cherish thewisdom of your heart, the warmth of your soul, and there are many great men that bid for your attention, I am one, and I am waiting in your dreams, waiting for you to believe, waiting, waiting, waiting.

REB (MAY 2012) a love letter to a princess from an admirer in a dream

Submitted: Saturday, May 12, 2012
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