How to Identify a Writer in Love
You must understand, my dearest, that I am a writer. I am not a pragmatist.
When I say that I love you, my feelings are far deeper and far more complicated.
When I say I would die for you, my idea of death is twisted and not made of any form of repentance at all.
When I say I would kill for you, it's not just metaphorical or metaphysical murder I speak of.
When I say I adore you, I shall find plot points on your body and use my hands as a pen to navigate them.
When I say you are the only one for me, you will be all I eat, sleep and drink... for many years to come.
But when I say I find you more poignant than the moment I stood above Mary Shelly's grave, tears streaming down my cheeks, overwhelmed by the emotions that welled inside my body... then I must find you very poignant indeed.
Nikita Gill is a 25-year-old madness who once wrote an unknown book called Your Body is an Ocean and is
now editor of a literary magazine called Modern Day Fairytales.