Love-Letter By A Young Bank Employee Courting A Lady :
63, Bankers lane,
My Dear Pretty Susan,
Your charming face outshines the moon in brilliance. Your complexions radiate with the luster of gold. Your eyes surpass the beauty of a lotus in bloom. Your lips are like the petals of a sweet red rose. Your cheeks, your conch like neck, your luxuriant hair all have been crafted and chiseled to perfection.
I wish to drink at the fountain of your youth. I wish to suck your lips. Do excuse my pen and me for your beauty is such that commands praise and longing. You are indeed a Venus in human flesh and blood. I have seen many beautiful damsels. But no one has been quite like you. Blessed would be the man who has stroked your cheeks, breasts and buttocks and breathed the fragrance of your hair.
Had I the treasure of the entire world, I would have sacrificed it all for your warm kisses and embraces. You are my goddess of love and happiness. In your companionship lie my peace, my joys, my life and my salvation. Please do not refuse my love. Your love remind me of a poem where the poet has thus laid bare his heart.
“Come live with me and be my love
And we will, all the pleasures prove,
That hills and valleys, dales and fields
Woods or steeply mountain yields,
By shallow rivers to whose falls
Melodious bird songs madrigals,
And I will make thee a bed of roses
And a thousand fraghets.”
We have been working in the same bank for over a year. I express my sincere love for you and crave your love.
A waiting a suitable reply.
Yours very very own,
Love-Letter By A Young Bank Employee Courting A Lady
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