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A letter to my other half (vignette)

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Rebekah Dennis
If a person was split into two it’d be you and I.

I was thrilled about two of my favorite artists releasing new music in the same month. This was the same day you came up to me, knowing about my excitement. Of course you were also excited, we have the same musical taste, but it meant a lot that you knew my excitement without me having to explain it.

I’m convinced we are the same person; we both have pets named Violet, we live in the same neighborhood, we have the same fashion sense—there have been multiple occasions in which we were accidentally matching, and we have similar life experiences.

The list goes on, and we have laughed at how we are practically the same person. I am beyond grateful that I get to be your friend, and I am thankful that the stars put us in the right place to meet each other. I think our souls are connected in every universe.

My other half. Sitting in my car at 1:00 a.m., just enjoying each other’s company, you understand me like no one else does. I can’t imagine where I would be without you; you’ve taught me so much, and I’ve known you for less than a year.

I look up to you, as you have one of the most kind and caring personalities I’ve ever seen. You truly care about people in such a deep and meaningful way, and I hope to become more like that. You will forever hold a special place in my heart.

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Rebekah Dennis
Rebekah Dennis, Writer
Bekah Dennis is a sophomore. She enjoys drawing, painting, and crocheting. She is involved in the play. She is looking forward to writing articles and getting more involved in school this year.
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