The Irony Of A Horrible Paradox Essay

1670 Words Nov 12th, 2015 null Page
Camille,
I pray that you never read this. The irony is that I write this fully expecting you to. It’s a horrible paradox really. The reason I don’t want you to read this is because I don’t want you to read what’s inside, but at the end of the day I want you to still know all the information. That’s not really a new thing though, is it? Wanting someone to know something without being the person to tell them isn’t a new concept at all. It’s just that even the thought of this encounter makes me anxious. Anxious to the point that my mind rationalizes not going crazy by telling me you will probably never read it. So that’s my survival, planning on telling you without believing I will.
I guess I should get to the point really. It’s not like I’m writing a school paper trying to hit a word minimum, although sometimes I am wordy, so it may feel that way. I have had a crush on you for several months now. The exact number is hard to say. It’s not like I woke up one day “Hey, it’s September 21st I know I have a crush on this girl, and prior to this day had no such feelings.” I have the feeling that it happened slowly and all at once. There are some people you kind of always just liked, right? Not necessarily in a romantic way. Although, that fits the bill better than anything else in this situation, so it’s the example I will use. There are some people you meet and it’s like they’re just too good to be true. They’re pretty, they’re funny, they’ve got an amazing personality, they’re…

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