11 July 2008

Words of a broken heart

Truth is everyone is just going to hurt you, you just have to decide who’s worth the pain.

  It’s weird how you go from being strangers, to being friend, to being more than friends then suddenly back to being practically strangers again.

The death of a loved one is not the most painful thing in this world, it is when a loved one chooses to be gone, that’s the most wrenching. 

There are two dilemmas that rattle the human skull: How do you hang on to someone who won’t stay? And how do you get rid of someone who won’t go?

Always remember that if a person loved you once, even after a hundred years there will be some of that love left no matter how much that person denies it.

I was walking after a painful experience when I saw someone who was there when I needed him most. He stood by me all along. Then after all that happened, I suddenly thought of this… “he helped me forget my sad story and yet he started another one.

    Everyday I soak myself with reasons to forget him and yet everyday I lie.

     If pain must come, may it come quickly because I have a life to live and I need to live it the best way possible. If he must make a choice, may he make it now then I will either wait for him or forget him. Waiting is painful, forgetting is painful.

When somebody does wrong to you and it really drove you freaking mad, don’t do the same to him, instead kill him with kindness because guilty feelings is always the nastier revenge.

  Bitterness is often base upon what someone has done to you. It may also have it’s roots in somebody else’s life. If you know about it and you feel they are getting away from something.

  MOVING ON… just two words. About a second to blurt out but can be a million years to achieve. The more you try to get over, the more she/he is invading the mind and the heart; so believe it or not, there’s no such thing as moving on, it’s just a matter of getting used with the pain. To put in one word.. NUMB.