• Sigh…

    by  • November 3, 2016 • * Safe for Work *, Help • 2 Comments

    all i wanted was a normal life, i wanted a relationship with the girl i fell for, and like so many others i had hoped eventually the feelings would be returned. i am not angry anymore i am just broken. wanted a girlfriend and thought i had found the girl who be that, now, i havent’ seen her for years, time is passing by and i feel powerless, almost out of hope,
    but THE EMBER STILL BURNS

    I MISS U

    I’M TIRED OF BEING WITHOUT U

    LET’S GIVE IT A CHANCE

    I WON’T LET U DOWN

    MY LOVE FOR U IS FOREVER

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    2 Responses to Sigh…

    1. Peter C
      November 4, 2016 at 12:01 pm

      It sounds like this was a very special love for you. You fell for her hard, and even now years later, a piece of you still hopes that she may yet come ’round and become your girlfriend.

      Here’s the heartbreaking part of this story. It seems to you the ember still burns but really, the only reason it still burns is because you have kept blowing on it, all these long years. This is an ember that in reality is already grey, cold and dead. Except that you won’t let it go, you won’t let it finally rest, become a peaceful long-ago part of your past. And so you drag it along, day by day, and in the process you burn up your own years and your own hope for a new love.

      Can I tell you what I see? I see someone who has more than enough love and caring to be able to have a real, honest, authentic relationship. But you are searching in the empty chest of the past, still, and don’t turn around to see the brightness of the current day.

      There comes a time for all of us that, our hearts swelling with sadness and grief, we finally have to bury the past so that we can live again. It’s true when someone we love dies, and also true when someone we love does not love us in return. It does not mean disrespecting the past, and it does not mean forgetting. It simply means making a purposeful decision to return to the present, to live here with us. I have lost several people thru death, and a treasured girlfriend who ultimately walked away. I know it hurts.

      Anyway that’s my small idea, my small gift to you.

      Peter




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    2. @ author
      November 5, 2016 at 8:01 am

      Let’s give it a shot….. I bet this letter wasn’t to me. Just my guess. This is how I would respond if it was fer me.




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