April 30, 2016

In the stillness and silence of the Saturday afternoon, I find myself tired and alone. Explaining how I feel is a chore because I don’t quite understand it myself. This is not sadness, I know what that feels like. This is not anger because my heart is too heavy to be pushed by its waves. … More April 30, 2016

It is not you.

Remember that time you fell in love with a boy who couldn’t choose? Or that time your best friend couldn’t love you back?  It wasn’t their fault. It wasn’t yours, either.  At that time, it just wasn’t you. That boy you made out with and dated for a while then left you hanging?  It just … More It is not you.

Oh, I’m sorry.

Did I not fit? The version of me you had in your head, I mean. How is she? What’s she like? Does she laugh at your jokes? Is her wit as fast as lightning? Is she confident? Does she hold your hand and kiss your lips and casually compliment you whenever she wants? Is she … More Oh, I’m sorry.

A Short Time.

I am here at the place where you left me.I didn’t think that I’d be so nervous coming back here. We sat by the window and you told me how you loved the view, how you always made sure you sat where you could see it. You told me that sometimes you’d eat here alone. … More A Short Time.

The Language.

House. Home. Love. Hate. We rely so much on words and promises that we seem to forget the reason why we created them. Action. “I’ll be there in five minutes.” You were an hour late. “I promise I will never leave you.” But you did, anyway. “I do.” You didn’t. Feelings. “I hate seeing you … More The Language.

Can You Really Be Best Friends with Someone of the Opposite Sex? [Repost]

Dear Eddie, I have a best friend of the opposite sex, we’ve known each other for years and I fell in love through our mutual experiences and care for each other. However, this love was not reciprocated, but I was still kept as a confidant and best friend while my friend dated someone else. This … More Can You Really Be Best Friends with Someone of the Opposite Sex? [Repost]