He wrote, "I dedicate this to you
your flirtatious charm allures my innocence into paths unknown
while your unbroken spirit unchains the restless Eve that harbours deep within
I now recognize that my inner desires are being captured
by the enticement of your primal instincts
you leave me with a burning fervour,
a passion, an intensity, that only you can pacify
I surrender myself unto you"
She wrote, "I love you."
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Only writing people can laugh as deep with this 'story-in a-nutshell' as I do by now. I don't know whether you do realise it, but this thing is a new kind of 'come-out' in what's really a topic in litterature. I remember a Latin letter written in the Middle-Ages by a
killea: I know, it’s a scream…. Like the The Elegies of Tibullus. Friend and i were going through some very old letters written by great great grandfather killea to great granny. Thanks for FB xxxx J
Very nice. I wish jou a lot of pleasure with that basic instinct
killea: It would be nice if it were written to me. thanks for fb
nice poem June,
killea: thank you, marc
Two letters??? Much more i read but it was a nice thing to read.
killea: thank you Anne
my baby wrote me a letter, 'give me a ticket for an airplane'
killea: Yes that would be nice indeed!
What a letters that were!
killea: Thanks, Greta