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But I hope you don’t feel the hurt as much as I did. You are too weak and fragile to stand that ache. Remember, you always will be.
In that silence, I dream to be.
There is a sad end I used to liveeven before I knewthis is how I was meant to begin.
This is a girl you can’t keep. You aren’t allowed to.
But my world fell apart, and all they could do, the whole universe, was to silently move on.
And they can’t understand, what hurts more— Missing the other person, or pretending not to.
How could she be someone’s mistake?
But if ever I try to mend, some other bodies would instantly break, would instantly be fragments.
Where the cheerful childrenof unwritten poems, play all around, you will find me there.
Only to close these eyesto sleep in the lap of loveand stay there forever.
What about those Promises of yours to never leave me? she asked, stammering too much this time. His cruel smirk was as gut-wrenching as his words— Promises are meant to be broken, sweetheart.
The way your curious eyes were chasing mine when I stood in front of you, I knew I had known these eyes before.
I feel the pain—everywhere.
It’s a poem, of our love, that doesn’t rhyme. A story, never meant to have, a happy end.
I threw myself so far in your depth that it took me a month to come out and notice I was actually sitting in my room. Nowhere else. Not with you.
Someday, even my existence would be felt.
Do you love me enough that I am allowedto be damaged? Do you love me enough that I am allowed to be weak in some places?
From all my dreams where you felt everlastingto all my clothes your words used to wear, to the old end, to the new beginning, you have lost me everywhere.
Do you love me enough that I am allowed to be damaged? Do you love me enough that I am allowed to be weak in some places?
Please don’t tell me, it was less painful than a broken backbone, a forgotten poem, a lost home.
Do you ever wonder, do you, why I loved you for such a long time, and still didn’t really know you?