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My dear, sweet Blair,
I wish you knew how much you mean to me. I just can't get you off my mind. It's like walking through the fog and seeing a bright light ahead. You're the light, the pinpoint of light that makes navigating that much easier. I can't seem to get you off my mind. I can picture you so perfectly, so clearly when I close my eyes. It's as if you've been painted on the back of my eyelids. You're there, so perfect and so beautiful. I couldn't forget you even if I tried.
I saw a pair of shoes today and thought about how wonderful they would look on you. I know you would just love them. You remember those heels you were wearing the other night? The ones with all the black straps, kind of like ballet slippers with heels? These were kind of like those. Kind of, but not really. They were a shade of yellow that would match that button-down you love so much. You know, the one with the little white stain on the collar? I bet you can just imagine them now. I know you're frowning, trying to work out whether my judgement is right. You're not particular to yellow, I know, but you'd just adore these – and they'd go stunningly with your skin. I always thought yellow was your colour. You do look beautiful in it, even as pale as you are.
You see, Blair, in my heart I know we're meant to be. I've given up everything I know to forever follow you, but you're worth it. I know that, in time, you'll see how it has only ever been me who's good for you. I've seen it, seen the light so to speak, and in time, you shall, too. I'll help you, Blair. I'll help you see that you and I belong together. You're the perfect one for me, the one I could take home to meet my parents. You see, Blair, it has to be you and it has to be me. We're made for each other.
I know exactly who you are.
I'll be watching, Blair.
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