“Monogamy isn’t realistic.”
Falling In Love
You say you want reliability because he’s never there when you want him. You say you want honesty because you’ve heard about the way he is and the way he tends to be. You say you want ambition because you see how he’s a flickering flame shrouded by thick, black soot.
But no matter how I don’t like this, I can’t do anything about it – even stopping it.
Anxiety is a silent killer. It eats away at you from the inside out. It plays tricks on your mind. It takes a toil on you mentally, emotionally, and physically.
I caved. We sexted that night again.
Don’t fall for the chase. Do not, under any circumstance, concern yourself with those who elude.
I’m going to think about you. And I’m going to miss you. And I’m going to love you until we can be together, for real, again. Anything short of that would be failure—and neither of us are very good at losing.
I’ve been in love three times. Three different kinds of love that have made me the person I am today. There’s been the aching love, the sleepless love; the hopeless, poetic, unavailable love that comes from a teenage heart that doesn’t know the rules.
Yet quickly, the sun would become a synonym for you. For the comfort you provide me with, for the way there would be no me without you. The sun would become you within a few sentences.
There are 7 billion people in this world, and at some point in our lives we all want the same thing; to fall in love. Luckily, a lot of people have achieved that goal.