what I have discovered in you, My Beautiful, Beautiful Friend, extends far beyond any superficial æsthetic that lesser men have only begun to see in their blindness and ignorance, merely wishing to possess you for their own as some conquered ornament to flaunt for the envy of stranger or acquaintance, like the tamed but broken bird condemned for a lifetime in a cage, and merely for the sin of its God-given allure, the sweet charm of its cheerful song. No, I have found in you something so singular and miraculous, something that I should only want to set free, and it is only in that sense and for that purpose that I would love to climb, no, soar! to the greatest Summits of Love and Divine Experience with you in this life.
My Dearest Friend, if circumstance would allow at this time I would say let us walk together through our existence in this world, let us build a home in the country, raise children and pets, flowers and vegetables together, let us raise ourselves, and so easily it would seem, to heights that others have rarely even dreamed of. I have learned enough in life to know that I cannot simply grant upon another such a happiness, that such is a thing we can only do for ourselves, but I think that together you and I could help each other reveal that greater happiness and peace of mind which lies within us all.
The floodgates of my heart are strained in their desire to be opened in your direction; the dam that I have built to keep this reservoir of affection inside is bursting at its seams, and it would only take a few simple words from you to release it with all its power all your way. I think that I would do anything to have you here by my side, but if all that I can have at this time is but a dream, a rhapsodic mirage of what it could be to walk hand-in-hand together with you through life, I think that just might be what will see me through this time of struggle and adversity, and whatever it might be that Providence shall bring for us in time to come.
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