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Mr. Mystery Man:
Mr. Mystery Man, who are you? What do you do?
Where were you born? Where do you live right now?
Are you okay? How do you feel? Do you wonder too?
Its crazy how and I will be one.
Do you ever sit and daydream about your soul mate, your other half; the love of your life?
What she’ll look like? What she does for a living?
Will you fall in love at first sight? will you remain friends until you know that she is the one.
How many kids do you want? Do you want any kids at all? Do you prefer boys over girls? Vice versa.
Are you even thinking about falling in love?
If so, do you fall hard or does it take you a while to bask in the glow? Tell me, if so?
Mr. Mystery Man... It’d be nice if I got a glimpse of you. In a dream maybe?
What if we already know each other? How weird...
Must it be not knowing that you and I will marry a friend. Ponder on that one, won’t you?
Did you also think of all of your girl--friends?
I have many questions, as you may know. Answer them.
There’s this thing called destiny? Do believe,
Me when I say, “I have hope in meeting you, one day.”
This letter is almost done. Well, for now any way.
It’d be nice to hear from you, to see you.
Since we’ll be married, in time, do you have any questions for me? If so, write them. I’d love to answer them.
And be free to answer any of mine. I would be so grateful, so astounded to hear from you.
Make sure to leave your name.
So I can engrave it into my heart. Sincerely, yours truly,
“Yes, I do actually,” sincerely, yours truly, Mr. Mystery Man.