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Ruth, My love

I find it hard to express my momentous feelings for you in the short scattered, conversations we must resort to. I pondered on this problem for days on end, until I thought to write you a letter. I gave it to you myself since those post office fools are not to be trusted.

After finding a way to express myself I had to find out how to express myself. Please bear with me since I know you are not much of a reader. Ruth, as you walk this earth our country is still young, and there is still hope of a rebellion. Your generation could be our last hope, and if you manage to overthrow our unwanted leader we could marry and spend our time together without worry. I long for the day where we have our own bed and our own room without the menacing television on the opposite wall.

I picture your face on everything I see in a day. Your silky soft long dark hair and your young fresh body which I can never get enough. You have awoken in me a love I have never known before. All my life I have longed for companionship and with you I get that and much more. You are my world, Julia, you make this barren, colorless world habitable, and with your courage we can make it bright and vibrant again! If we fail, however, we fail together, but they cannot take away our love. The party cannot reach inside of us and pull out our powerful love. As I wait for your arrivals above Mr. Carrington’s shop, I know that we will one day part, but I also know that when we part we will always remember the times we have had. Our hearts will always be one, never splitting and only growing stronger.

Ruth, you are my world, I cannot help but picture you on every object. Nothing elates me more than your sparkling presence, but now I must go, for I have been out of the television view for much too long.

Good-bye my love!


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