• Misunderstanding

    by  • September 6, 2017 • * Safe for Work *, Uncategorized • 3 Comments

    I can’t do it anymore, I loved you so much, you were perfect to me, and yet you held my love against me. I respected your decision, but I can’t respect the person I realise now that you truly are. You are so unlike me and you go against every value and quality I treasure in a person. You say I hurt you and I admit I did but you never considered once that you hurt me too, I spent my days drowning in guilt and pain, all because I hurt you but you don’t know how to forgive, you don’t understand what forgiveness means. Even now, you told me to stay away from you, to never talk to you, but you didn’t consider that my feelings may have changed that I feel the same way. You said you wanted to “talk” but came with no intention of listening. If you had let me speak, I would have told you, told you that I feel sick whenever I’m around you, that I’m ashamed I loved someone so unwilling to listen to other people, to truly consider what they have to say, someone who becomes absorbed in their own suffering, someone as two-faced as you. But a part of me is still sad, that everything is ruined because of a misunderstanding.

    3 Responses to Misunderstanding

    1. Sol
      September 6, 2017 at 12:49 pm

      From my perspective once someone gets hurt by another person, it is hard to see them in that same light. The other person might be hurt as well, but it is hard to face a person knowing that all there really will be is a drowning silence. Misunderstandings can go both ways. Both people can be unaware of the words or actions that broke the bridge , or the other person’s heart. A part of me is still sad as well, while the rest just want to focus on life, in the now, without thinking about the other. It sucks too, I wish things can be resolved without feeling a regret. I could think this person was two faced…but she would probably think the same about me. Then again we never gave it a chance to talk about it. Good luck.

    2. Mel
      September 7, 2017 at 8:09 pm

      I’m sorry

    3. Angelina
      September 9, 2017 at 1:59 pm

      So sad and beautifully written, try writing a letter to fix the misunderstanding. They will then read every word if listening isn’t somehing they can handle. Best of luck to you.

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