Category: P.s I love You

Letters to you, as I pursue you.

P.s I love You, Series

P.s I love You: Talking to the moon

By Andrew Pacutho: The night is indeed beautiful. It's when I am most awake and alive. With our constant load shedding the blacked out cityscape gives way to a well light sky with stars sparkling all over transforming the heavens to a magnificent canvass of brilliant colour and light. It's magical. But there are seasons when the stars give way […]

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P.s. I love you: I will live for you

By Andrew Pacutho: I remember the first time I saw your tears. I was terrified. That day was wonderful. We had spent the afternoon together as always and we had not argued about anything. You can be pretty strong minded sometimes, so not having to argue was great (I smile). I remember we talked about so many things and then […]

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P.s. I love you: A very happy man

By Andrew Pacutho: Our little conversations continued to happen and I longed for every opportunity which were few for not only were you rarely around but we grew up in the age of no cell phones so you can imagined how every moment was lapped up. The battle in my heart raged and my will power braced itself as I […]

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P.s. I love you: Always in my heart

By Andrew Pacutho: I sensed something was wrong. Something had gone wrong over the past few weeks and like a slow rancid smell, it crawled all over what we had. So when you called me and said those four words, “We need to talk,” I was not surprised. I watched as the words tumbled off your lips; how you laboured […]

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P.s. I love You: Along a country road

By Andrew Pacutho: Driving down a country road, the wind through your hair; the sunroof is down and half of you sticks out of the car as we speed along. Your white cotton dress reaches to your knees, your smooth legs now at eye level. We drive through a trading centre and little kids wave back excitedly on response to your […]

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