Tomorrow brings the sun
Kiss the world with fingers crossed
Is being so close
And having so much to say
And watching you walk away
Never knowing, what could have been..
Your voice is comfort to me.
I don’t think I’ve felt my heartbreak and shatter so much since things ended with my first boyfriend.
The fact that I caused it compounds the pain.
I can’t seem to shake this heartache.
i am extremely good at pretending nothing happened
Water & stars
Aerial Photos of Poland’s Lakes Across Four Seasons by Kacper Kowalski
A beauty in all seasons
I used to be in a stifling relationship. So stifling that I wasn’t able to peek above the surface to realise that I was drowning in it. Beyond dissatisfied but not knowing the reason why, we had row after row. It was totally senseless, painful and a waste of energy/emotion. I knew I had to get out and the only way I knew how was to hurt us both terribly.
I have the luxury of reflection now, and though it was a horrible time, I’ve come to be thankful that it ended. There was no way such a relationship could last the years of marriage - it was a childish and selfish one, with little room to grow as a person.
Finding peace and happiness within yourself is crucial to a successful relationship. Stop playing silly games, stop being overpossessive and overbearing on your partner. Don’t be so thoroughly naive to think such behaviour may form a firm foundation for a life together.
Be supportive, be adaptable to change.
And most importantly…
If you truly love someone, let them GROW.
Choc ripple cakeee
singapore through a waterfall (at Cloud Forest)