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  2. "Your heart is tied to mine. My heart is tied to yours. How can anyone expect for us to let each other go?"
    — Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol
     


  3. "There is a difference between laughing and smiling. A heart when broken can still find laughter, but only a heart in love can truly find a smile."
    — 

    Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol

    #MMCM

     


  4. "Every man should envy you, solely for the way I look at you."
    — Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol
     


  5. "Never fear someone for their abilities, fear them for their purpose."
    — 

    Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol

    #MMCM

     

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  7. "There is beauty in tragedy. For tragedy has the power to motivate the human mind. It can turn weaknesses into strengths and become greatness. Why would you focus on the storm, when you can focus on the rainbow?"
    — 

    Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol

    #MMCM

     


  8. "It is necessary for me to have all of you.
    Your mouth whenever I need it.
    Your chest to sleep on every night,
    Because the truth is,
    your chest has always been my favorite pillow."
    — #MMCM
     


  9. "My heart tried to put you aside,
    like one who glues paper over paint.
    Useless for the paper always crumbles,
    the air always cracks the paper thin.
    Meanwhile the paint underneath remains the same.
    Just remember,
    my facade has been the paper,
    and you forever are my solemn paint."
    — #MMCM
     


  10. "Of course we had problems. Anything real encounters problems. But you stabbed my heart when your empty eyes looked at me and said that love was not enough. I became speechless, because to me love was everything. In my life love was you. Love was us. How was it not enough?"
    — Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol, Letters To The Men I Have Loved
     


  11. "You taught me about character, and because you taught me what a man of character is, I have lived my life searching for those traits in a man, only to end in disappointment, because the fact remains that men like you simply don’t exist anymore."
    — Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol, Letters To The Men I Have Loved
     


  12. "I can stand next to you,
    close enough to feel your breath
    embrace the deepest pore of my skin,
    and I can still look you in the eyes and lie.
    Lie for example,
    That what you did to my heart,
    doesn’t matter anymore.
    Lie and whisper in your ear,
    I’m not hurt anymore.
    Lie and scream from the top of my lungs,
    that I don’t care anymore.
    Lie and walk away after telling you,
    I don’t love you anymore."
    — Lies, Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol
     


  13. "Life is about full circles. When things are unfinished, be confident that time will bring the correct closure. I always knew you would come back, the same way they all come back. But the question was did I ever stop loving you? How I thought I had stopped loving them. But then I realized, real love never just stops, torrents will crash, rivers will flood and eventually dry up, but overall love remains underneath it all."
    — Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol, Letters To The Men I Have Loved
     


  14. "Your hands travelled, landing on every point of my body, as if they were aware of how terribly my body missed them. I kissed your fingers; even your knuckles until your fingerprints were left on every layer of my skin. For every freckle seen or unseen, light or dark was found tenderly by your lips. My skin belonged against yours, and the sweat that escaped my pores had a primal necessity to mix with yours, because that is the science that exists between us."
    — 

    Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol, Letters To The Men I Have Loved

    #MMCM

     


  15. "I know how the story goes,
    but why do I find myself attempting to change the end?
    Why is it that your touch controls me more today?
    Why is it that every time I say “NO”,
    I actually mean “YES”?
    Why is it that only you can make me feel this way?
    Sometimes I think you know me better than I know myself.
    Only you have lived each of my extremities.
    Only I know what’s your weakness.
    How is it we are back at this place again?
    Same bed of issues,
    When we both know we are too damaged,
    To start all over again."
    — I Know How The Story Goes, Mirtha Michelle Castro Marmol