The Rebirth

It’s funny, really.

I stopped believing in it, after you.

Love, you know?

You took everything that I had and gave nothing back.

That was just, how you did it.

I spent eight long and lonely years all by myself.

You made me afraid to try again, to put myself out there.

Eight years!

Such a long time to spend by yourself.

But, you know a thing or two about loneliness, don’t you?

That’s the thing with your lifestyle.

You go around breaking hearts and taking names, hurting those that hurt you.

But you end up all alone in the end.

As for me?

Well.

You’re not the only pretty face around here.

And as luck would have it, not everyone is as shitty as you when it comes to love.

If you ever come back here, I hope you find this and discover that I am happy again.

And I never needed you for that.

I hope your solitude heals you.

But I think we both know that it wont.

See you around, lady.

~lt

2 thoughts on “The Rebirth”

  1. “…Suffering produces Endurance & endurance produces character and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God‘s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us” (Romans 5:4-5).
    After our blackest midnight of despair, His glorious light breaks through as We realize that His is the love we seek. It alone delivers, enlightens, sustains, and gives us the hope & strength to go on.
    My beloved Harrison, we are more than survivors; we are more than conquerors in our Lord Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory, now and forever.
    With the comfort wherein we were comforted, we are able to comfort one another. You have comforted me by sharing your life affirming words.
    God has given you such a gift at such a young age, wisdom beyond your years, and the ability to communicate that to others. I look forward to witnessing how He uses this gift in you to deliver other people from the pits of despair.
    Give him all the glory, and as I have often said to myself, sit down, buckle up, and rejoice to see where the train you’re riding on carries you.
    I love you! Gram
    Jan Antonsson Sent from my iPhone
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