`Sugar Coated Delusions`

May 24, 2011

Waiting for forever letter

Filed under: Main — Tags: — melfabro @ 1:26 pm

Dear Emma,

Those two words, ‘Dear Emma’ take me away to way another time when we use to write to each other after mom and dad died. I used to tell you about my new friends and my new life. And you used to tell me about the grand time my mom and dad were having in heaven. Truth is nothing. What you believe to be true is everything. And the main thing that I used to believe was that I would be with you forever.

Forever. The reason it is taking me so long to write you is that I have seen that I have been a fool. I have spent my life fooling myself.

Every letter I’ve ever written to you has been a love letter. How could they have been anything else? I can see now that all of them, except this one, were bad love letters.

Bad love letters beg for love back. Good love letters ask for nothing. This, I’m pleased to announce, is my first good love letter to you. Because there is nothing more for you to do. You already done everything. I have enough of you in my head to last forever. So please don’t ever worry about me. I’m peachy! I really am. I have everything.

If i had one wish, it would be that your life brings you a taste of happiness that you have brought to me. That you could feel what it’s like to love.

Your friend forever,
Will

2 Comments »

  1. Thank you for posting this. I love this movie; it was very emotional, but also cute. The words were what made it a film to watch. The words were so, eloquent and flowing, meaningful and relevant to the emotions of the characters in the movie.

    Comment by Jessica — February 3, 2012 @ 5:19 pm

  2. each and every word in the letter gives an emotinal touch.. best letter ever

    Comment by pavan — July 22, 2013 @ 10:04 am


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