“Whether it’s 2 am or 2 pm I will still be in love with you. For three months and three years and three decades. If I could live long enough I’d make it three centuries filled with an abundance of love reserved solely for you.
In religion there’s two patterns of numbers. Four meaning a lot and three just being repetitive.
It rained for forty days and forty nights and the earth was cleansed and the new world with the righteous people would begin. Moses and his followers roamed the desert for forty years. If I could roam anywhere with you it would be much longer.
I will spend every four seconds thinking of you and between those four seconds I will be making room for my next thoughts of you. On the fourth day I spent talking to you I realized I am more than my life and I am more than just a person. I am a person that can love you. On the fourth month of being with you we took a road trip together. I’ll never be able to adequately express my love of this trip and you. It was perfect. We arrived on the fourteenth. I was there for your 23rd birthday but on your 24th birthday I will be yours and you will be mine and there will be no doubt about where we belong. Any moment with you is the right moment for me.
Then there was three.
The holy trinity in Christianity, Muhammad having a revelation at thirty, Jesus dying and coming back three days later. These are patterns our minds commit to. We like the number three.
We like consistency. I like the way your skin feels against my finger tips, against my body.
I like the idea of three more years. Of thirty more years. Of being by your side for every year.
I wouldn’t mind being with your for forty years. I’d love to love you for three centuries of time. Id love to make our own religion of patterns and numbers under sheets of tangled love.”—
"The difference between a single breath and a single minute can be a lifetime. The world will slow, your mind will progress and the past will remain stuck in a limbo you’ll spend nights visiting. Along the way you’ll lose yourself. This minute, this moment, it will be your downfall. Subconsciously you will decide your future and you will live this predetermined destiny as if you have no choice. So let’s be honest: you never did."