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Timeless Love

Kuu pau ole aloha
Dedicated to Amy

Submitted by H

This is only the beginning of the best love story ever told. When Amy and I met for the first time, the feeling of contentment was so overwhelming it brought tears to my eyes. I couldn't believe that someone this beautiful and radiant could exist in real life. She was gorgeous, my Hawaiian heart began to beat so fast I thought I would faint, the scent of her plumeria perfume made my mind swim. She glided across the room as if Pele herself were carrying her, and her perfectly combed hair flowed down her back like a blanket of black lava. I was captivated to the point of bewitchment, and for the first time in my life I was speechless. I couldn't believe all of the feelings and emotions I felt, and she hadn't even spoke yet. We introduced ourselves and it was like we were talking to our best friends. I could tell she felt the same way, she had a look of astonishment on her face and disbelief in her eyes, and her voice broke with a slight crackle from her nervousness. We thought to ourselves right then and there we were each other's destiny and would be together forever. Unfortunately at the time we were both involved in relationships with other people and could not act on our desires for one another. Weeks passed, Amy and I talked on the phone frequently as friends, still only hoping the other person felt the same way. Although content with my current relationship,

I began to search my soul for answers to questions of what happiness meant to me, and what I expected out of life. After careful deliberation and some serious soul searching, I realized all my relationships, past and present were excuses for me not wanting to be alone, and that the love I was feeling was not something I felt in the beginning, but had to be learned as the relationships progressed. After a lengthy and understanding talk, I broke up with the woman I had been with for a very long time. I didn't break up because of Amy, but because things just didn't seem right anymore. I thought to myself, I would rather be alone than settle for someone who didn't make me feel complete. That evening I called Amy to talk, not about my break up, and not about us, I just wanted to hear her voice. The conversation went on for hours; finally it was time to say goodnight. In a by the way sort of tone Amy announced she had broke up with her boyfriend that very same day. Trying to keep my anxiety from bursting out, I announced I had done the same. We both sat in silence waiting to see what the other person's response was going to be. Even after never talking about it, or never knowing exactly how each other felt, we both blurted out at the exact same time, I love you. After only a few months of courtship, and a lot of shared feelings and emotions, Amy and I are getting married on the island of Maui. We have no fear or expectations for the future because we know that God and my Hawaiian ancestors have looked down on us and smiled. They have given us the gift of true love, and allowed to beautiful people the opportunity to find something in each other that everyone else in this world is so desperate to find, their soul mate.


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