letter, message

The Unprecedented You

You came into my life unprecedentedly. I did not have any time to battle with my heart and mind if choosing you was right because you just appeared without a warning. I have long tasted the loneliness of this world and the hoary thirst covering my tongue was slowly killing me. And there you were in the middle of my pilgrimage to the promise land- my water, the satisfaction to my arid mouth. With the strength you gave, I was able to continue. I thought I’d found you in the end  but you were there in the middle. Just in time when I almost gave up. You’re amazing, more than how Superman amazes me with all his superpowers. You yourself are already my superpower.

Funny how you came to my life when I least expected it. You came like how “the” apple that fell on Newton’s head defined gravity. You made me realize what is it to really fall hard.

You came like Van Gogh with your paintings stroked on your body. I was hooked. Your body was shining like a masterpiece with all its colors and hues, subdued and at the same time, scintillating. And yes, like an abstract painting, you are subtle and sometimes confuse me, but I can’t help but look and wonder what’s in that beautiful soul of yours. Oh the hunger of always wanting to know you better in almost everyday!

I solved every equation but I never knew that you were the value of that inscrutable x.  No one will ever know how much of a value you are. I had looked at different angles in my life only to find out that it’s you all along- the answer to my missing  theta, beta and gamma.

Oh, and I love how you came and cracked the codes of my elusive maze like how Robert Langdon decrypted every mystery behind the codes of  Mr. Brown’s dumbfounding story. I was your chalice then. Now I am your Holy Grail. You found me in the Louvre where every structure of me is a broken glass, always facing downward because that was me, broken and inverted. You found the beauty that’s within me.

Though I can lay more metaphorical comparisons to describe how you came into my almost barren life, what’s noteworthy is how you stayed through all these years. You unflaggingly provide and supply things I never asked for. You are my whole set of XMen. A lot more uncanny than the rest of them. You are my every artist in every period  in every country. And among all the letters of all the alphabets in this world, you are pretty much my alpha and omega. Your uncomparable singularities outmatch all the prolific writers’ masterpieces. You are God’s masterpiece. You’re the overall genre of my literature that I will not get tired of writing and reading because everyday, I discover something new about you.

That’s how amazing you are. Always unprecedented.