Hope you have checked out our Write Your Love Contest. If not, do so now. Here is the entry from Sweta Lal.
The letter is addressed to Noah, the protagonist of the Novel “The Notebook”.
I can tell you the silliest of things and still not feel stupid at the end of the day.
You make me feel special and loved every second.
I am just so happy and blessed to have an angel like you.
The reason it hurts so much to say “Goodbye” is that our souls are connected.
I say this because you cannot see we have already made our commitment to each other forever.
I ask you, “Who are you”
You are not the one I know
Thy identity is more than what you let me see
We are there for each other forever and that is an unconscious promise we have made. When I can reach out to you beyond the natural and see things, which you want me to, it goes beyond the laws of nature. You can take me to all the places you want me to. When we are beyond it, there is nothing, which can make our souls below that.
That is not you and me its “US”.
Finding a perfect mate like you had never been so easy and that makes it all the more unbelievable…
I had come through so many words as hollow as the sea shells; with the sea shore nearby washing away all my dreams before you came in my life.
Never had I imagined that I would say this one day to someone.
It had to be someone as special as you to make my promises to;
Words will fade away, thoughts forgotten.
Our bodies will perish, promises abandoned,
the only survivor through the days to come will be Our Soul…
So this very moment as I Vow…
Let no Words, no Promises… no Feelings distract me…
“Let the Spirit of our Friendship cherish the moments of eternity”
Forever yours Sweta…
End of the Letter
About the Novel
“The Notebook is a 1996 American romantic novel by American novelist Nicholas Sparks. The novel was later adapted into a popular romance film by the same name in 2004. However, the movie and the book have very different endings.
The Notebook was inspired by the story of the grandparents of Sparks’ wife, who had been married over sixty years when Sparks met them. Sparks marveled at how much the couple cared for each other, and wrote his novel as an attempt to describe such a love.
How did you like Sweta’s expression of love for Noah? 🙂