When You Tell Her You Love Her Then You Choose Someone Else

God & Man

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you’re really saying is love is a lie.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you’re really saying is I love someone else more.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you’re really saying is you’ll always be my second choice.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you’re really saying is I don’t love you enough to do anything about it.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you’re really saying is I don’t know the meaning of true love.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you teach her is love is a competition.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you teach her she’s not worthy of someone’s love in full.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you teach her is to not believe or trust love in the future.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you teach her love is associated with pain.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you teach her is to fear love.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you’re really doing is breaking her heart every time that you say it.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you’re really doing is ruining her for anyone else in the future.

When you tell her that you love her then you choose someone else, what you’re really doing is proving to her love isn’t enough sometimes. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

Kirsten Corley

Kirsten is the author of But Before You Leave, a book of poetry about the experiences we struggle to put into words.

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