My Third letter to you...

My Third letter to you...

A Chapter by Bhavya Kaushik
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My Third Letter To You…

 

 

 

My Immortal,

 

Love is surely the most beautiful thing of this world. It teaches you countless lessons and produces some million different emotions in you. It always makes you a different person and it doesn’t matter with the time you share with that person but true love will always stay with you and will never ever leave your soul empty.

Surely, love is the unification of two souls into one and that is the reason for which I’m not required to search for you-my love, in this external and materialistic world. As I know you are here inside of my mortal body and living in me by becoming my own soul.

 

When we were together, we had that habit of writing letters to each other. We were only the one, who used to write lengthy letters in this modern era of e-mailing and short text messages. But that was the most intimating and beautiful part of our relationship, wasn’t it?

 

Yesterday evening, I sat down in solitude to glance at the multicolored sky, holding the last letter written by you. It was exactly eight days before your death and I remember how you wrote it in the hospital in my absence. I still have each and every letter of yours with me and I love them more than myself. Whenever I miss you badly, I just go through those letters because every time I read them I feel like as if you are reading them for me and I feel more close to you in that way.

 

It’s been more than two years now since you are not here with me and now no one tells me again and again to move on and let you go because they have already realized the fact now that I have moved on but with your memories. People often say that holding on to your love is what makes you strong, but they are absolutely wrong…What makes your love strong is not how you hold on to it, but how you let it go and move on. Since, if someone wants to know what love is all about they first should know how to let it go.

 

I love you enough to let you go, but the question is “My Immortal” can you…?

 

I’ve moved on with my life because I know, do not ask me how or why…But I just know, that one day I will meet you once again. I’ve known you from past many lives and at each and every life which we shared together, you taught me some or other thing. In this Life you taught me that there is nothing more powerful in this world that Love and it is that strange feeling which breaks you, ruptures you, shatters you, destroys you, creates you, moves you, drops you but still…it will never leave you.

 

You will always live with me, through me and in me….

 

 

Yours,

B   

 

 

 




© 2009 Bhavya Kaushik



Author's Note

Bhavya Kaushik
Third letter of the series....

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Wow...This was amazing. I have to say that out of all the letters on the series this one has to be my favorite. The reason is that this one is very intimate and personal and in this you are asking questions to your love. The part in which you asked that though you are ready to let her go, but will she. That was so deep and thoughtful. I loved this Bhavya. Another masterpiece it is.

Posted 8 Years Ago


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you know how to set a sad feeling in with these letters. These are amazing pieces

Posted 6 Years Ago


I can't stop crying when I read your blood on this letters I wanted to hug you and tell you...I know and I feel your pain those hands holding in eternity.. are the most amazing
Love storie anyone will wait to live..
People often say that holding on to your love is what makes you strong, but they are absolutely wrong…What makes your love strong is not how you hold on to it, but how you let it go and move on. Since, if someone wants to know what love is all about they first should know how to let it go.



I love you enough to let you go, but the question is “My Immortal” can you…

I know the pain of death and I know that death comes to us all.. it's so sad that you and me .. we knew how to let go but never to say good bye .. and God knows how many times we have cried and the echoes of our screams.. when they come out in the loneliness and darkness of our rooms and cemetery ..I learn to try to forget my son died.. but I have never try to erase him from my life for I know one day...I will be holding his hand just like you.. have painted the image on your endless letters...I love you. Amen

Posted 7 Years Ago


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Soulmates??

Are there still people left believing in them? I thought i was alone in that childish dream...

"I've known you from past many lives and at each and every life which we shared together, you taught me some or other thing. In this Life you taught me that there is nothing more powerful in this world that Love and it is that strange feeling which breaks you, ruptures you, shatters you, destroys you, creates you, moves you, drops you but stillit will never leave you."

Bhavya, my whole soul venerates you now. Every fiber of my being dissolved and then merged again. My heart beated in rhyme with your sentences.. stopped with the dots and beated with the core of your each and every sentence... I am proud to be listed as one of your friends on this cafe where i met by far the most talented person i ever know. You and your "heart" i am reading here, you both are soo beautiful, strong and maddeningly deep; i have nothing else to do but to stare and try to comprehend that vast depth within you...

Thank you for this sharing... and for being soo brave...

Posted 7 Years Ago


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Well B, what can I say you know I like your work, but this to me is not work, it's your soul talking , its personal and it's as real as you get.
It's very brave to stand here baring your soul for all to see, well done B.
PS. You are wise beyond your years my friend, and I'm sure she would want for you to be happy and be open to the idea of new love,
But what do I know?


Posted 7 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

This reminds me of when my mom died. I had found that she left me a whole journal full of letters. I still read them to this day.

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

this of the three letters is the most beautiful and most moving...you have displayed that you are indeed really to go on with the life given to you. though you will never forget the love that you shared, you are willing to let go and start again.

she will always be with you, in your heart and in your very soul. you can go on with your life with the reassurance that she will always be there with you and she will live through you.

wonderful writing as always, my friend :)

Amanda

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

This brought tears to my eyes. Simply insurmountable the love I feel from reading this. Just beautiful with such depth. Excellently expressed

Posted 8 Years Ago


You are a painter with words. As I write this, I cannot even comprehend the magnificence of what I just read. It's somehow not real, and in a way really humbling, to read this.
I think the reason I love this piece so much is because it is so different from the usual love letter. It isn't hopeless, it isn't angry, it doesn't even seem to be very openly emotional at all. This may seem to be a contradiction, but what I mean is that even though you discuss a very strong emotion, it isn't an outburst, and the emotion is very controlled.

As with all of your work, this piece is very touching, and I leave it with a sense of fulfillment.

Refreshing.

Thank you for being an excellent writer. It adds very much to my experience of life.

-jake :)


Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

There is that fire I've been looking for! Not a spark but a fire of hope. The positivity in this is what makes it special :) You know you will see her again! That alone is enough to satisfy the readers need for a wonderful read. *rhymed* Great work as always. Hope to stay in touch :)

-Austin

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Bhavi, there's is nothing called 'moving on' when 'love' is so pure and bright as you say here. A man should consider himself lucky even if he has experienced this love even for 1 second in his all of lives. I never can review your pieces appropriately as I am not worthy to even think of criticizing this wonderful work of art. All I can say is that if this piece was put up in an painting competition, this would have gotten the first prize without any competition. And I am saying that it is not even nearly enough for this piece. I will again salute you and applaud your strength that you found within you to put such a beautiful and personal and so close to your heart - No, correction, I feel this is not close to your heart but this IS your heart - up here in writerscafe. I can't say much, and you know I run out of words very soon. God bless you, friend, and may he watch over you for eternity, for you have a soul so pure and priceless, that it makes me wonder what made God create such a masterpiece.

Best,

~KA~

Posted 8 Years Ago


3 of 3 people found this review constructive.


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