I have nothing left, but that’s okay
Because the truth is… I don’t want to let you go
Life is great to be honest, if you go with it and don’t fight against the current. And take every opportunity it gives you.
The only time it doesn’t go well is when you ask for something and life gives it to you; something that’s not meant to be yours. Not only it’ll alter your perspective of life, but it’ll prolong your happiness. If it’s not meant to be yours, it’ll never be yours, it’s just not meant to be. Maybe in another life time or parallel universe, but not this one.
Whatever happens, happens. Everything happens for a reason. With all these sayings, why do we still fight against the current? Are we really that stubborn? Do we think we know what makes us happy in the long run? Or are we greedy and don’t want to lose anything?
You’re the only person who can change your future, forgot destiny, a day fate, this is your learning experience; you’re game. Try to make the most out of everything.
All this from the word plausible
Just to let me know if I’m on the right track
You made me forget. Forget my worries. Forget my concerns. Forget my sadness. Forget everything. You slowly rubbed down my walls until you were at my core. Now I know that that’s dangerous; you were dangerous.
When you left, everything I have forgotten during the time I was with you beat me to the ground until I had nothing left. I was left defenceless. No walls. No barriers. No protection.
So here I am, slowly getting myself to the top again. Starting for scratch, once again. But this time, I’m doing it by myself, with or without help, I’m not letting myself become that person.
When you look back at this point in your life, I don’t want you to regret, although, for you, regret may be inevitable. However, I don’t want you thinking “maybe if“, “I could have, should have“, “maybe things would have turned out differently if… “, “I wish….”
Every action you take, you are required to think and weigh out of consequence. Some may be less than the other option. It’s pretty much “choose the lesser of the two evils”
The question is, is the consequence worth it? Worth every minute thinking about it? Will it make you happy? What are the repercussions?