dear emma

you’re making me question my sexuality.
i have never seriously wondered if i was bi/lesbian.

but, i feel a connection to you. i feel safe with you. you’re glamorous. i just want to sit in your room and watch you play piano.

you tell me i’m a nice person and that i’m so sweet. but you talk about your infatuation with jeremy. we both know and discuss how frivolous and superficial it is, but i think it’s still going on.

i want to know if you feel the same. i desperately want to kiss you, and you offered to kiss me once in a letter, but i was unsure. i don’t know how i would feel to have my first kiss with another girl.

whatever happens between us, i want it to be natural and mutual. we’re so open and honest about so much of ourselves with each other, but i keep holding back on this. i wonder if you feel the same.

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  • You have to tell her how you feel. There is a gay singer by the name of George Michael and, when he first started in show business in the early 80's, he sang with a group called Wham. Well, while he was in that group, he thought he might be gay and he asked his friends and his manager should he come out and say that he is gay. They all told him not to do it so he did not do it. To this day, he says that is the biggest mistake he has ever made. He said not coming out back then caused him many, many painful years of living in the closet. And it also caused someone that he truly loved to slip away from him. Don't you do this to yourself. What if Emma is the one you are meant to be with? Are you willing to let her slip away forever? This is no time to be a coward. Muster up your courage and tell her how you feel. It may be a little rocky, at first because it's something new to both of you, but it will be well worth it if she turns out to be the love of your life. Go for it, girl. Carpe diem (seize the day).

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