Until Now

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic


There's something in my heart that I want to say to you....

Submitted: March 11, 2018

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Sometimes I get burning impulses to tell you all sorts of things, Helen.  Then I have to reign myself in.  I don’t want to unintentionally overstep any boundaries of etiquette, because I am couth.  I do maintain high moral standards, yet sometimes it is so hard to keep bottled up inside what I so strongly want to say to you.  

It’s all favorable, of course.  Anything I have the desire to say to you is with the most honorable intent.  I do what I can to stay on my best behavior, because I’d much rather be talking to you on your terms than not talking to you at all.  

I really am glad to talk to you, Helen, even if I feel like I can only say about half of what I want to say.

I wouldn’t cause you a moment’s grief for anything in this world.  On the contrary, I want to do everything I can to help make sure you are as happy as you want to be.  Because, we are friends, Helen.  Not just push-button friends on the internet, but real true friends who honestly care about each other.  Our peace of mind and well-being are mutually important.

There is one thing I feel like I can tell you without overstepping any boundaries.  It is something I want you to know about me, Helen.  It is the truth.  I may have dated, or whatever people call it, but I have never loved.  I have never in my entire life been in love.  

I’m not referring to high-school crushes or celebrity infatuations, useless hormonal rushes that mean nothing.  I’m talking about real true caring devoted faithful love.  Up to this point in my life I have never loved.  There’s never been anyone that I loved.  There’s never been anyone that I would die for…. until now.


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