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'Tomorrow' - A Love Letter Sent After Breaking Up
'See You Tomorrow' (À Demain)
Whether the woman has broken off the relationship, or the man, it can be a painful time to cope with the loss.
Instead of ending the relationship on a sour note, why not try to win him/her back with a Love Letter!
At the very least, let him/her know your innermost feelings. What do you have to lose?
This is a love letter (sent by mail, not a text) to the person who broke up with them.
Romeo & Juliet Syndrome
The Romeo & Juliet syndrome (or effect) is when you 'think' you're in love so much that you would die for one another, especially when your parents disapprove of the relationship.
But what if after a romance goes south, and one person wants to end the relationship?
The other person is still in love, but (says) they understand and respect your decision.
This is a love letter written from the heart.
'À Demain' ('Tomorrow') The Poem
You will always be on my mind
As long as there is life in my soul.
I'll never forget you
I'll never try.
As time ticks away the hours of my clock
I'll remember laughing, smiling, crying.
You will be there.
And now I sit watching the clouds
Thinking of you.
Like people looking for a true love
I'll laugh and say:
I found mine.
You were always there when I cried help
And I thank you from my heart.
May your goodness be protected
As you walk through life,
And the angels from above protect you
And keep you from all harm.
If there were more [people] like you on this earth,
Then life would really be worth living.
And so as I close this final chapter of my life
And turn towards the corridor of 'tomorrow'
I'll say à demain.
There are countless stories of people who have searched for loved ones from the past, only to discover they had moved on to other relationships or had even passed away. Instead of wondering 'what could have been?' be the bigger person.
In the words of British poet, Alfred Lord Tennyson, 'Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all.'
I hope this poem brings you and your loved ones some consolation.