We all get hurt sometimes. We tried to fight for what is right at least once in our life. We moved on and forget what’s stopping us from going. In today’s blog, we will look back from the past and rekindle the love we once felt.
Dear Someone from my past,
It took me some time writing this. This may sound absurd, but I hope you’d understand why I wrote this. I want you to know that those nights we’ve shared, those days we’ve been up to, 6 years of being together would be the best thing that ever happened in my life. Of course, dreadful things would come abide but never ever will I curse you for that. We did everything just to let things work and retain our relationship. Maybe, it was meant to happen, and at some point, we had to be apart.
Maybe, it’s for our own happiness.
I won’t repudiate that there are times where I would still think of you, nights of hoping you’re fine, expecting you to keep me up and ask how’s everything going or even to ask me out. It was the hardest thing to do, almost drowned myself into the stage where I got depressed, night becomes day and became nothing to anyone. But, I want you to know that I took the chance to fiercely embrace change, pain, remission, acceptance and certainly reached the moving on a phase of my life.
Now, I know why things happened that way,
why tears were meant to fall, why our story would never seem to work. Everyone knows how much we love each other, but not every one of them knows how many twinges we felt since we crossed into different paths.
Yes, I had loved you, you loved me, but I love myself enough to see that I should not be grudging nor imprecating others with what happened. Despite the heartaches and tears, I’m grateful to say that our story ended for us to realized that love is a different thing.
IT’S NOT ABOUT THE YEARS WE’VE SHARED THAT MATTERS. IT’S WHAT WE SHOULD FEEL AT ALL TIMES.
We had the best love story that no one can ever have.
For now, please allow me to thank you enough for letting other people fill the missing piece you left and for allowing me to regain whatever emotions I’ve lost since you left.