Twilight Whispers

Rookie (30th November 1991 / Wolverhampton)

The Things I Want To Tell You...But Probably Never Will. - Poem by Twilight Whispers

I probably won’t ever love a girl friend as much as I love you now.
You are an angel to me: you are always there and I love you so much that I don’t ever want to let you go.

You have lovely hair. Period.

I don’t care if you quit college and are signing up for the army. Guy, hardnut or whatever.
You’re my best friend and I love you.
You will not get hurt. You will not.

I don’t care that we dated.
I care that we’re friends.
I love you.

You still have my Adrian Mole books.
Give them back, man.
Jokeeee, I never liked them anyway (:
We need to go out for a joint birthday celebration soon!

You are so far away yet I feel like you’re right here.
Miss you.

I’ve known you your whole life.

And I damn well plan on knowing you for the rest of it.
We’re technically married – although I’m already married to another woman – but I still love you absolute millions.
You’re always here when I need to talk and you ALWAYS cheer me up and make me smile.
Love you.

You’ve got such a huge smile and I love you lots.
I really can’t say anymore; you’re a great friend, no matter which country you share your name with.
You could be called “Uzbeckistan” and I’d still love you the same.

I’ll probably never even meet you.
I mean, I hope to, someday.
I just find you so inspirational – I can relate to you.
Your work is fascinating and if I didn’t know better I’d say I was slightly obsessed with some of it.
Please don’t ever leave my dreams.
I’d miss you.

Je t'aime pour être la correspondante la plus cool et la plus gentille que j'ai jamais eu :)
C'était un vrai plaisir de te recevoir en Octobre passé et c'était une experience inoubliable quand je t'ai rendu visite en fevrier.
Tu me manques, mais on se revoit un jour!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 9, 2009

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