Monday, November 26, 2012

Take Care - To The Loved One

Posted by Janet Tiong at 1:17 AM 1 comments
The relationship has came to an end.
No more late night callings for sweet talk nor the fights over the phone.
Even now,I still remember we both laughed at the jokes he told in the phone.
Phone bill wasn't something that we really bother at that time.
Distance is what makes us differently as a couple.

Words can't describe how much we used to have.
Memories kept them all.
When you graduated,I was there feeling so so proud of you.
When I graduated,you were there and you bought me flowers for the first time since we have been together.
We were there for each other during the important moments of our life at least.
We never failed to say I love you to each other.Countless time...

It was our 47th monthsaries.
We had another phone call as a celebration.A different one.
That was the time when we both agreed to let go of each other.
I can't be selfish anymore.
And sorry for all the mistakes that I have made in this relationship.
Thanks for being there for me through the ups and downs for the past 3 years.
Glad that you allowed me to be part of your life.Being once a precious babe of yours.

I am having a heavy heart now.
I am so used to having you.
Merely survived through the first day of adjusting myself.Here I am writing.
And I have to continue the battle tomorrow- to get used to the fact that we are no longer together.
This city is lonely without having you on the other end of the phone.

You could have been having a better life without me.
Perhaps it's really unfair for you to see me grow and take care of me.
The next girl deserves to own your love more rather than me.
I thought one day you could be the one on the other end of the aisle waiting and whom my father will hand me over to you.
Its never going to happen....

We both need time to heal.
And this will be the last time to say this : I love and loved you...


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