I Treated You Like an Angel

I just want to start this off by saying that you are a beautiful person. You may not see it, but you are.

I can see you.. I can see who you are.

You are caring and selfless and intentional. Your presence is so uplifting and you are amusing. Your smile is unforgettable and I love that it lights up your entire face. Your faith is something that I admire. You haven’t given up on me, and I know that you are always here for me. I cannot express how thankful I am for your help. You say that you aren’t good looking, but you are. And no–it’s not “the dimples.” It’s who you are. Don’t ever doubt yourself. You make me want to be a better person and wanting me to be more positive. You give me a sense of hope and optimism.

You may not see yourself the way that I see you, and you may not know who you are, but I do.

I don’t want to fix you, because I know I can’t. I just want to help alleviate some of the hurt you feel. I just want to make you feel better and be there to comfort you. I want to hold your hand while you walk through life. I understand wanting to take things slow and to make sure that we have a solid foundation. I admire you for wanting to better yourself. You are good and you make me want to be a better person. I strive to be better everyday. You haven’t tried to fix me, or try to brush my problems away; you’ve been by my side, holding my hand. You have supported me and been a listening ear since the beginning.


I wrote this awhile back, in hopes of our journey continuing and the naivety that you had good intentions. I may have only known you for a short amount of time, but you will always have the title as “My Favorite Person.” You may not know who you are right now, but I promise that the person you want to be is around the corner. I hope you find what you’re looking for and I hope you achieve the thinks you set out to do. Life isn’t easy, but I’m glad that you made it a little more bearable by just holding my hand. I’m sorry you wouldn’t let me do the same for you. I’m sorry that I wasn’t what you wanted.

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