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A love letter to the signs
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A love letter to the signs that made their mark on me

I love the way Leo’s walk, their chest puffed out as if they’re fearless. Having their hearts on display, willing to take any chance when it comes to experiencing a love story. The youthful energy they possess reminds me to look at life through the eyes of my inner child and have fun in life.

A Taurus’ love feels grounding and humbling, a sign I resonate with easily. Intimacy with a Taurus is quite the experience, they kiss you and it brings you to the present, a calm feeling fills my heart, finding peace within that moment.

I love the way Leo’s walk, their chest puffed out as if they’re fearless. Having their hearts on display, willing to take any chance when it comes to experiencing a love story. The youthful energy they possess reminds me to look at life through the eyes of my inner child and have fun in life.

Virgos, somehow I find myself drawn to them without the consideration of loving them, yet, they know how to push my buttons in the best way. I find myself going back and forth so easily with them, like we’ve known each other in another life. Maybe we were co-parents, divorced but stayed civil and had a deep love for each other still.

I was swept off my feet and fell onto my back with the wind knocked out of me. The irony of it all was this was the love I experienced from a Libra, an air sign. Came in and rocked my world, tornado-like aftermath. In and out of my life, he knew his love was special, and he knew he could take it away and leave me breathless, walk away with that smug look, and I’d let him.

Those Pisces men are to watch out for, but the way they know my body makes up for the fact they will burn you in the end. I think I resent Pisces because they remind me of myself. I keep my guard up with those ones because they have the same strategy to protecting their hearts. Being a horny empath who’s emotionally unavailable, cause that makes sense.

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by Lumina.ray

I write to process, to heal, to move through life with a little bit of grace, to stop living in my head, to find power in vulnerability - thankfully with editing tools, unlike real life.

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