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12.8.2016 – A Letter to Love

From: Martin Page

‘Hopeful House’

Lake Everywhere

The World

Dear Love,

I’ve been wanting to write to you for some time now, … but you know how it is – busy, busy, busy.

Just wanted to say we miss you.  I know you’re busy too – my goodness, you must be spread so thin … you’re so much in demand these days.  Everybody and their uncle wants a piece of you.

So how have you been?  Rumor has it you still make appearances on special occasions.  Hey, you know that awful chap – what’s his name?  “Hate,” yeah that’s him ….. I do hope you can continue to right his wrongs.  I know it’s a big job – but only you can do it.

Yes, it’s nearly Christmas again – doesn’t time fly.  I’m praying that you’re able to spread your influence a little.  The young and the innocent, the old and the infirm, and of course, the lonely:  I’m sure they all are just longing to say hello to you personally.  And let’s not forget the terrible war zones all over the world; your exquisite acquaintance is most, most welcome and needed there.

And I just have to say, Love (and yes I’m gushing a touch here!), … whenever and wherever you appear, well, you always look so well put together, well attired, elegant – just so damn beautiful!  You never, never age, do you!  When you enter a room everybody notices you; you resolutely, magnificently “shine”.  Such charisma!

Well, I better finish now – the kettle is boiling.  I just wanted to drop you a quick line to let you know that you are always welcome to stop on by anytime.  An empty chair is always waiting by the fire.  It’s Christmas time, so please don’t be a stranger.

We so, so enjoy your company – need you, and cherish you.

Yours Sincerely,

Martin x

 

Martin Page

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1 Response to “12.8.2016 – A Letter to Love”


  1. 1 Kerry Lynne
    December 12, 2016 at 3:07 pm

    Longings of the soul are so difficult to articulate. Thank you for giving voice to them with eloquence and dignity.


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