She’s the kind of girl who’s seen the world, without letting the world see her. Quiet and reserved, with a battery of walls and conditions, few travelers have ever traversed. The best of her is nestled in the center, Where only one before me has entered, and that’s a woman worth getting down on one knee. Though we’ have barely scratched the surface, with each step inward I discover how she could be perfect’ and worth this moment and every one to follow. So we’ll take it slow. Careful not to step into the pitfalls of where I’ve stumbled before. As we sit on the playground talking about the ways our parents have aged. I’m delving into her history to see who she’ll be when the days grow long ahead of me. Because I already know she’s worth this moment, and every one to follow.
You see, I’ve been writing you letters. I’ve been through trials and tribulations to deliver them. And with my ink-stained palms I take your hands. And we are free.
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