An Immeasurable \’THANK YOU\’ For Crossing Heaven And Earth For Me

An Immeasurable 'Thank You' For Crossing Heaven And Earth For Me

“You’re a very passionate man and that’s the catalyst that paved a quicker path to our romance- a coming together of like temperaments in an unlikely world.”

I never tried to pretend how I feel about you. When I say, ‘I miss you today’- I am telling you what I truly feel and it’s just one of those beautiful truths that I want you to know deep in your heart.

This is how it feels to miss you each time you’re away and the picture of your face is always my favorite lullaby to sleep. Those arms that embraces me with its warmth circumference. Yes, we have crossed heaven and earth to be in each other’s arms. We came through a tornado and hurricane for each other.

I miss you…

I terribly miss the way you grin when you’re up to something. I miss the way you pretend not to notice me when I do something silly. I miss the way you pamper me. I miss you in each cup of coffee I smelled in the morning. I miss you mostly at night especially when waking up in the morning.

In my eyes, you will always be mine even in another world, another place and another time. You will always be my handsome Prince who sings a song in Russian; who speaks Armenian; who jokes in Arabic and who loves to drink Arak. You are the man who is always stunned by the beauty of the night with its bright stars playing hide and seek under the opalescent moon. The man who stormed and captured the heart of so many women- those women who struggled to reach your citadel heart.

I will always love the first time I met you on that beautiful sunny day- the sky was blue, filled with puff-ball white clouds. You were standing on the vast garden spread out in the stone paved terrace of a restaurant. All things remained motionless- except a blink of your sleepy-hooded eyes and the most amazing curve of your lips. It was the loveliest of smiles that tilted the world in its axis. The smile that seemed to fill the empty places of my heart. Those thick, spiked eyelashes that a girl would kill for. Impossibly and incredibly handsome!

Thank you…for coming into my life!

An immeasurable thank you for being a part of your life, your world and your body. Life was preculiary great having you by my side. Life has always a rainbow of colors. You taught me the virtue of love and kindness. Thank you for making me smile when my tears are in my eyes and hugs me in my darkest night. You’re a passionate man and that was the catalyst that paved a quicker path to our romance- a coming together of like temperaments in an unlikely world. You made me realized that life is a beautiful story weaving them into an amazing tapestry. You taught me how to incessantly write beautiful stories- and YOU in every word that bleeds. You always made me realized that extreme prettiness does not have a hope of permanence. You taught me how to live a life through the windshield not the rear-view mirror!

And here’s another three hundred sixty-five new days for us! Let’s keep a year full of beautiful memories that will be interwoven into some sort of tapestry. I will keep those thick pile of white paper that contained my remarkable prose or perhaps a story of the past. I will paste them between the pages of my life.

It’s true, there is only one true love for the rest of my lifetime, only one- that really matters and lasts forever…and that’s YOU!

Thank you, my one and only love…

You are and will always be my favorite story to write!

 

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