I actually believed that out of the entire year, your reported month of love and significant day of the 14th which featured hearts and candies signified the start of a relationship and its blossomed rhythm. Little did I know that Valentine’s Day was another way of allowing one’s daily intentions and strife’s with finding love and their ideal partnership just another battlefield?
The truth of the matter is…love shouldn’t be isolated to one day only. Love should be celebrated on a daily basis and not just encompassing our significant others, but everyone we come into contact with. However, for written purposes I will only speak of the love that is valued between couples who found, rekindled or reclaimed their love for one another.
The pressure to fit into this month of red and pink, candies and kisses appeals to not just anyone, but everyone who is on the singles prowl, in between dates and dating prowl, or unsatisfied with their current prowl. The month of February sales sky rocket, empty promises and engagements are issued, idolized romantic starts and endings ensue. Imagery becomes everything. So where do I FIT in? How can I be down with the CUPID swirl?
So in essence Cupid, this letter is written from the point of a struggling lover’s heart. The heart that has been broke, to mended and rebroken again. The heart of a willing person eager to love but where is the love?
It’s exactly 9 more days until the invasion of the Lover’s…do I stand and settle for anyone and anything just to experience the Cupid craze?