• To a man named Thomas,

    by  • April 1, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, Depression • 1 Comment

    As I lay here tonight..you’re the only thing I need. But I know that this isn’t how life works. Letting everyone get what they want. I made mistakes, a lot, but that doesn’t mean I can’t change. And I did. But so did you, for the worse. You’re one of them now, and I can’t change it. But I hope you realize..that I truly gave up the world for you, and it wasn’t enough. One day I’ll look back at this but I don’t think I’ll laugh. I won’t cry either..I hope I feel nothing. This world is cold, turning people into stone and draining every inch of love. I think ill leave this planet soon, and see what’s on the other side. I’m not meant to be here. Not without your love beside me at all times.
    I sincerely apologize for everything in this lifetime I have done to hurt you, I hope one day you truly forgive me and can look at me the way you first did on May 17th, 2011. I love you, but you are the sun and I am the moon and we can never be together

    One Response to To a man named Thomas,

    1. Seriously
      April 2, 2014 at 12:17 am

      Stop. The last sentence…where’d you get that from? We both know. A man named, Thomas? Wow. You’re crazy. I can’t believe you are tracking my phone, hacked into my facebook, following everything I’m doing online? You’re so creepy. Leave me alone. I’ve asked God to protect me from you and I believe the truth will be revealed one day. Please stay away from me and stay out of my life.

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