How are you? I’ve been feeling a little down lately. You see, I miss you terribly. How is that, you ask, when I’ve never even met you? Well, you see, it’s easy.
I have this dream about you. It’s a recurring dream, though I don’t have it often enough. In it you love me more than life itself, and I love you the same way. You want to be near me all the time. You would even give your life for me!
With this in mind, I wrote a story about you. In our story (because I’m in it too, of course), there is an evil witch who wants to pull us apart. She attaches herself to you like a leech. In one part of the story I even tried pouring salt on her! But all it did was stung her eyes and she punished YOU for it. It was horrible. I knew I couldn’t try such a thing again.
So I waited. And I waited. And eventually … she died! I know it wasn’t very nice of me, but I rejoiced. So then you and I finally got back together and we lived happily ever after.
Did you like my story? I hope so.
Now all I have to do is meet you. Do you think our real story will go the same way as my made-up story? I hope not. Please promise me you’ll stay away from witches, both until we meet and after.
Just writing to you has cheered me up a bit. I’m going to close this letter now, but before I do I just want to say I love you. And I can’t wait to meet you.
P.S. I might write to you again, so don’t forget to watch out for another letter.
4 thoughts on “Dear Future Lover”
Awww, you’re writing to me!? Kidding 😉 Weird reading fiction from you that’s so close to nonfiction when I’m so used to reading only your nonfiction.
Very touching piece. I love it. Makes me want to cry a little.
Thanks very much. This is written very close to my own ‘voice,’ which is probably why it doesn’t really sound much like fiction. Excellent observation. 🙂
I’m glad you enjoyed it.
Gee Linda. Makes one want to interfere some how. It’s only a story, but very real.
Thanks, John. 🙂 That’s quite a compliment.