September 26th, 2012

Is it really better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all?
Are we better off knowing what our lives could have been;
or is ignorance bliss?
Do you ever truly get over the one that got away?

I find these sorts of questions pretty annoying,
it’s not like you have a choice about whether or not you fall in love.
And once you do,
who’s to say whether it turns out to be the wrong one at the wrong time,
the wrong one at the right time,
the right one at the wrong time,
or if you’re really lucky, yeah, that one…
Whichever category it falls into, the important part is how you deal with it and continue with your life.
That said, most people have one unforgettable love;
the right one…just at the wrong time.
They may be the most passionate,
the most exciting,
the one who makes you happiest,
or your one true love.
For me, my ‘unforgettable love’ was all of the above and more…
So what is the best way to deal with the feelings we still hold for our unforgettable love?
Is there even a best way…?
If you had the opportunity to say one thing to them;
what would you say?
Would you apologise…?
or be angry at them for what went wrong?
Would you wish them all the best for the future…?
or simply tell them how you feel about them?
Would you move heaven and earth to make sure you never let them go again…?
or are you happy for what you had to stay a pleasant memory?
I’d say: Fuck you.
When there’s a lot of water under the bridge,
there’s only so much swimming upstream I can do.
I am not a salmon.

[guest post by the Yearning Ninny]

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