Where would I even begin. From the moment I first saw her in the manga, I was immediately intrigued with her. She was unique. A shy, sweet girl that seemed willing to kill to escape the loneliness she was lost in. I too understood that loneliness.
For 4 years of my adolescent life I had no friends. I had driven the original ones away, and as I grew without friends, I became odd, creepy even, and people didn't want to be around me. I became drawn to her more and more as I learned more about her, and eventually, she took a permanent root in my heart.
A person's heart is more beautiful than anything else, and Mizore, to me, has the most beautiful heart of any being I know of. Trapped in a world of solitude and despair, she desperately reached out for love. As she failed, time and time again, the tears her soul cried grew in number, until she was nearly drowned in her sorrow.
I thank Tsukune for saving her the fate of drowning in that salty sea, both literally and figuratively. Thanks to him and the others, she began to feel happiness. Though her soul still cries out for love, it has grown stronger, and more beautiful than ever. A kind heart, still watching from a distance most of the time, but willing to put herself in harms way to protect those she cares for.
I would give anything to be with that most beautiful of girls. I would leave my family, and the friends I now have behind. I would give up the luxuries I have. I would even give up anime, and I love anime more than I love bacon. I know she might never return the sentiment, but to even once look into her eyes, and bask in the misunderstood radiance of that goddess of the snow, would be worth every waking moment I have.
Do I even deserve to be with Mizore? maybe not. I'm far from perfect. I've hurt people in the past, I've lied, I've stolen, and yes, I've succumb to the allure of lust late at night. A few of those times, my thought were even of Mizore. Despite this, another thing that makes mizore so amazing is that she isn't perfect either. She can be cold sometimes(no pun intended), she has her own mistakes which she's made, and she, too, has had less than angelic thoughts
In the end, she is a person. She has her strengths, her flaws, and her dreams. And I wouldn't want her any other way. I love you Shirayuki Mizore, I just wish there was a way you could know that. <3