Each heart wrenching day have passed
Don’t know how much pain I can last
Slowly seeing my love being stolen
Leaving my heart to be broken
To someone I can never have
Who torn my love into half
I hope in some way you’ll hear me too
Because everyday, I love you
Enduring the pain since that day
Wondering, what made me stay?
Asking for love like a beggar
But only to leave nothing but a scar.
The exquisite pain.
Loving someone who can never be yours, can you call it love? Is it still love when you did nothing but to be in pain? Loving someone should not be difficult. Loving someone should never be hard. Loving someone is not giving yourself so much pain. Loving someone should make you feel at ease. Love is a warm feeling. But it shouldn’t be played with fire.
Enduring so much pain for a love that you can never have is never a good thing. It’s like punishing yourself in loop, over and over again. Pain is necessary for us to know what real love feels like. But if pain never left you, love will never come. You have to let go of the things that is no longer making you happy. If that love made you miserable, don’t you think it’s time to move on? You’ve been living a life before that someone came to you and ruin it. You can’t say that you can’t live without him or her. It’s on your hand whether you will live a life in pain or you will go on through your life.
It’s okay to be broken, it’s okay to be hurt and it’s okay to cry. But let those things pass you by. Don’t make it a habit to always store the pain in your heart. Learn a lesson from every heartache. Give yourself a time to be whole again. This process is not going to happen overnight. It takes time. You just have to set yourself free from the pain that person caused you. Stand up and love yourself before anyone else.