Will's Love Letters to Linda

Mark Twain once said, “The frankest and freest product of the human mind and heart is a love letter.” To these words we will satiate your desire of such a precious element of human life, with a love letter of our own. The following is the first letter Will sent to Linda, and her response, after they met that first time. I will include parenthesis with notes, so you can better understand the context of some words.

I can’t really explain how lucky I know I am for having met you. I would be lying if I told you I don't have at this very instant engraved in my mind an image of that set of pearls of yours. I think I stared into them for so long inadvertently that they created a connection between neurons in my brain that I am certain have made me understand one thing about beauty I am sure I did not know before.

For some very brief moments while I sat there with you having trivial conversations I realized that as trivial as it really may be, and to ask whether if its nobler for the mind to suffer (making reference to Shakespeare famous quote, “Whether tis nobler for the mind to suffer. The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune”), I know now for a fact that it is above all far more rewarding. You are sincerely one of the most delicately made females I have met in my entire existence; Handmade to your own imperfectly perfect way.

Whether we will see each other again I am sure will rely on the coincidences of life, cause and effect, and the such. Nonetheless I do hope that this letter does have the catalytic effect I hope to create for you to tilt your desire to see me again as well. You see not believing in free will doesn't mean that I believe that I don't have to make an effort for things to work out the way I would like them to. It just provides me the perspective to get to know how things really should be.

But that's just me. For now I'll stick to some of the blurry details I have about you that I hope will be left, after some time, far from being ambiguous.

Until we meet again,

To what Linda responded,

And I am lucky to have met you! It was a lucky coincidence. I quite enjoyed sitting looking into your eyes discussing Einstein, laws of gravity, life and Freud.

You brought out some parts of me that I don't always let out in the open. Thank you. And I love your words, I truly do, and you have some great potential there. Don't give up on the writing. You have what very few people have. And please, send me a copy of the book (Which such a poetic name, Will had to be a writer).

The phenomenon of cause and effect is fascinating, especially when it brings me to people like you.

Until our words are once again brought together,

If you haven't read the first part of this story, read it here.
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