He held her hand gently and she looked up to him His heart was beating fast Scared that she may run away from him His blue eyes met her brown eyes She’s seen them so many times but something was different tonight
He slowly leaned in then stopped “May I kiss you?”, He asked All she could do was nod
The world melted away as they kissed passionately It was the sweetest one she ever had
She smelled of apples and blossoming tulips Of cinnamon baked with the most hearty bread She smelled of vanilla, the most luscious kind And like freshly brewed coffee She smelled of all the good things he knew of But most especially, she smelled like home
I’m finding the needed peace Happy to have been part of a chapter in your life It used to hurt, I used to ache But time has made it easy I’ve dedicated songs and made poetries for you Most of them long gone
I may have been that silly girl, hurt by her first rejection But I have accepted the lesson and have become a better woman now
Christopher, I’ve found the peace I didn’t know I was searching for I thought I lost it because of you Turns out I found it, because of you
This is the last for this series of love letters. I think the 4th is my favourite. I enjoyed writing these letters. I hope you enjoyed reading them too. To close this off, here’s a song to go with this post.
PS. I hope you followed this love letters series and if so, I hope you noticed how the featured image shows the writer changing, somewhat growing up as the letters progress.
PPS. My eyes are hurting so I’m resting them tonight. I won’t be able to respond right away. I’ll be reading posts tomorrow as well.
Hi folks! I’m going on a short vacation and may not have internet coverage where I’m going. I have scheduled to publish this post and the posts that are coming up, so if you leave a comment I may not be able to respond until after a couple of days.
I’ll catch up on reading your posts too once I get back. For now, I’ll be enjoying a bit of summer. Cheers! ☺️