Love Letter to Self

I don’t love you as blank paper that has no direction, 
but as sheet music that could turn into a million different songs.
I love you like a three-part melody that can play separately 
but comes together to create a melodic masterpiece of passion. 

I love you like a ghost light that has to push it’s gold light 
to fill the darkness to uncover the phantoms. 
I love you like the vibrations of a belted note 
that has to touch every living soul in the theatre. 

I love the young girl who shows her heart through steps and skips. 
I love the young girl who found stillness in music. 
I love the young girl who sings like nobody's watching. 

She has grown to become everything 
she wished she’d be—genuine, passionate, and caring.
“Act as if it were impossible to fail.” - Dorothea Brande.

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