The signs as letters between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West
"Do you really love me? Much? Passionately not reasonably?"
"But I do adore you — every part of you from heel to hair. Never will you shake me off, try as you may."
"I always have such need to merely talk to you. Even when I have nothing to talk about — with you I just seem to go right ahead and sort of invent it."
"I wish I didn’t love you so much. No I don’t though; that’s not true. I am glad I do. I don’t know what to say to you except that it tore the heart out of my body saying goodbye to you."
"Yes, I am glad you miss me, even if it is ‘damned unpleasant.'"
"You have no idea how stand-offish I can be with people I don’t love. I have brought it to a fine art. But you have broken down my defenses. And I really don’t resent it."
"The flowers have come and are adorable, dusky, tortured, passionate like you—"
"I wish you could live in my brain for a week. It is washed with the most violent waves of emotion."
"You may have discovered entire new countries in your own soul."
"I find I get more and more disagreeably solitary; In fact I foresee the day when I shall have gone too far into myself that there will no longer be anything to be seen of me at all. Will you, please, remember to pull away the coverings from time to time?"
"I like the unreality of your mind; the whole thing is very splendid and voluptuous and absurd."
"I suppose it is good for the soul to be hurt and perplexed perpetually. I know at least that I miss you damnably: that is a good fixed star."
It was to teach all of you a lesson because I see everything. And I saw two people with two broken hearts. Love was the lesson. Love is about letting yourself be saved.. it’s not just about saving other people - even if you are superheroes
Music Meister aka the multiverse’s relationship counsellor
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