my dear

Good evening! There are moments I am so grateful for amazing people in my life. Especially those I can talk to whenever I am able to. These amazing people in my life deserves to be applauded and they deserve many warm, long and tight hugs. 🙂

-Photo with some of my family-

I’m going to share this little note which I wrote almost a year ago.

[Written on 4.21.2015]
When you are with me…
Holding me tight during times of trouble.
That’s when I knew you are home to me.

Blessings!

affection

I wrote this poem a few months ago with the idea of being comforted by someone we love, for them to be there for us as long as we need them. Someone who gives us warmth, reassurance, a calm whisper of “I am here, hold tight – it will get easier.”
 
[Written on 5.4.2015]
Oh, my heart!
My dearest love!
You are too precious to shed tears.
I am here to comfort your fragile words which are left unsaid.
I will whisper the many joys you bring into my life.
Be silent with me.
I will hold you as long as your heart feels warmth, once again.

epistle

While I was looking through various quotes, I came across this one quote which reveals the sincerity and truth of a writer’s mind. A writer whose heart is filled with joyful memories, or hardships. The writer’s thought is a significant detail of themselves wanting their voice to be heard:

Quote:
“The Bible is the only book where the Author is in love with the reader.”
I was awestruck by this sentence, and I decided to add words around this sentence. I hope you enjoy it. 🙂

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amour

 I wrote this poem (on the plane), in perspective of someone who is about to begin a new chapter with their beloved. Not by their appearance.. by their character, their attributes and their actions. Also having the security, safety, and a bold thank you for letting this person join “my life with yours.”

Actually, I wrote this for my two dearest friends who are getting married this July! 🙂

Enjoy!

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Photo by Nathan Walker-

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