Paul Ransom is the love letter guy. He’s been writing love letters all his life – okay well, since about the age of ten. Then, in 2010 he got inspired (by a beautiful femme fatale, no less) to create a blog of love letters. The last time we checked he had posted over 450 letters … Continue reading
Love letter # 447 Time may well have washed us all away, eroded every last vestige of us and consigned that very idea to photo albums and dusty keepsakes, but there is still a room inside me filled with a kind of light; and even though I realise the utter pointlessness of regret there are … Continue reading
Love letter # 396 There is no law – no God, no ruling, no ethical injunction, no spiritual brownie points to be gained – nothing that says you have to want this. This is I shall give to you freely, but only if you will freely accept it. I will offer no argument, make no … Continue reading
Love letter # 343 It is as simple as this: I think of you and a wave of warmth and tenderness washes over me and all of my fears dissolve in that moment.
Love letter # 469 The sheer power of a solitary word can sometimes be overwhelming; like when I struggle to say your name out loud. It is as though my body remembers the very shape of the breath it takes to form the sound and, in doing so, goes back in time. To the singing … Continue reading
Love letter # 322 There are so many reasons to say no. Like the world. And bruises. Like all the busted myths we no longer believe. And the fact that it’s easier to be alone than to contemplate another wound. Cos we’re so over scars, aren’t we? I mean, who needs the drama. It’s just … Continue reading