A little of all three is perhaps what encompassing my thoughts. And to write it down means to write it to you — to my long lost love. But this fact is not refraining me from writing it down.
Share via Email Our Uncle Simon died in April, a bachelor and a very solitary man with a very dry and quick wit. Ruth, the recipient of the letter, was a dental student. These letters were a revelation to the family as Simon had never indicated that there was a significant relationship in his life; even his six brothers were unaware of any romantic involvements.
He would have been 26 at the time of writing and we wonder if rejection by Ruth prevented him from making any commitment for the rest of his life. A significant factor, and one alluded to in the letter, is that as the son of Orthodox Jews, a relationship with a non-Jew would have caused Simon much soul-searching.
But now I am able to make plans. I have always intended to leave Liverpool and take a job somewhere south. I believe I shall be happier there, somehow, and free from interference. There is something I can do, which will solve our problem. I have been thinking over it for some time.
It will be easy. But I am not able to describe it to you in a letter. It needs to be discussed in conversation.
I ought to say that I fell in love with you the first moment I saw you, when I felt I wanted to marry you; although I did not realise it at the time. If I afterwards had doubts it was because I was not my own master. But I soon will be.
When my father died I went off the deep end with grief. Yet a thing like that may happen to anybody.
The emotion that such trouble causes is only temporary, after all. You seem to have felt, however, that I had averted myself from you for always. But it was not so. The pain I caused you was no less than the suffering I inflicted upon myself. Parting from you was like cutting off my right hand.
There is nothing in the world that I would not do in order to show my love for you. You are part of my life, friend in mind as the ideal of the good and the beautiful. I believe that we are meant and made for one another, that we belong together. I am willing to go to any lengths … in order to ensure your happiness.
I will marry you, if you will have me, no matter what the risks may be and no matter what the consequences. The risks I am sure are negligible and the consequences will be wholly good.
And just because we are conscious of the possible snags, we shall succeed. The attainment of all this depends, as I said, upon the idea mentioned above. I hope to discuss it with you. I love you so much that I cannot bear to be parted from you and every minute of separation is torment to me.
I feel that I cannot live without you. Everything I do is done or said with reference to you. You may be astonished to learn that consciously or unconsciously I have always thought of you as my wife. So, when I thought I had lost you for ever the agony I felt was terrible.
It was like being bereaved. But because I had thought, or rather hoped that you understood, the misunderstanding grew deeper, to our mutual hurt.Bread's final album, "Lost Without Your Love", was originally released in January of Quite oddly, it has taken until December of for the album to be released on CD in its entirety.
Feb 13, · A Letter to My Lost Love. February 13, by Alter Ego. And to write it down means to write it to you – to my long lost love. I know that you’ll never know of this letter, let alone read it and discover my feelings. But this fact is not refraining me from writing it down. More to this, I know that this endeavor will never.
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If you can't come up with anything don't try to force it. Writing your own letters to heaven, or anywhere you believe the afterlife to be, can be your source of strength and liberation during these trying times. I want you to know that it is never too late to grieve, and that in some way, your voice will be heard by that special person you miss so much.
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