People Are Anonymously Submitting Emotional Texts They Wish They Could Send To Their Exes

They are words that would otherwise be left unsaid.

What would you say to your ex if you could send them an anonymous text?

Last year, a 19-year-old conceptual artist known online as Röra started a project on Instagram calling for people to anonymously submit something they wanted to say to their first love. She called it The Unsent Project

Partipants were also asked to submit a color they associated with the first person they loved.

Though the project has only been around for a few months, Röra has already received thousands of submissions. 

She sifted through all of the anonymous texts and selected 400. Then she arranged them in a colorful collage.

"As I created the collage, I was pleasantly surprised to find that love is seen in the full spectrum of color," she writes.

Some are emotional...

While others take a more amusing approach with their anonymous texts.

In an interview with Golden Boy Press,  Röra said she would love for The Unsent Project to grow. 

"My biggest goals are to have a traveling art exhibition with all of the Unsent collages that I create, to write a few books that are full of Unsent submissions," she said. "And to have stickers from the project around every city."

With the current count at 25,000 submissions received and no sign of slowing down, it won't be long before you could see an Unsent Project sticker in your city.

If you have something you'd like to say to your first love, you can submit your own anonymous text to The Unsent Project. Or if you'd just like to see some of the other texts, you can check out The Unsent Project's Tumblr.

(H/T: Metro)