Thoughts on moving on

Whenever we feel so bad about something, we would hear the words “move on.” People say it all the time, but it isn’t often done in a short while. It could take weeks or months or for some crazy dumbass it could take a year or maybe let’s add an “s” to that, it may take years, because the truth is: moving on is one of the hardest things people do. It’s a lot harder than working with the craziest people 6 hours a day for 5 days a week for 20 days a month for 10 months a year for the rest of your life. It requires a huge amount of effort and emotional stability. Stuff we can’t actually grasp on unless somebody or something pushes us to. At least, it’s what we all believe. But you see, if we look closely, it’s just easy. Yes it requires time but when that moment comes, when you finally do it, that’s it. Congratulations to you and to your heart which endured all the pain there were in the world.


Regrets, I wish on both sides

There were never any hi’s, only smiles. You seemed like you wanted to say something important, but you ended up with stuff I didn’t even understand. I gave a series of nods because I didn’t want you to leave. Still, you left, but each time you’d come back. I was playing hard to get, so you waited for me at the door. When you left, it didn’t occur to me that you’d never come back at all. That was never polite sweetheart, you should’ve said goodbye.