There comes a time in the life of every person, when he/she gets his/her broken heart.
“Why did it happen to me?”
“What did I do wrong?”
“What could I have done to make it right?”
“Was it even my fault?”
“I blame the other person for this!”
“They didn’t treat me right”
“He deserves to rot in hell for making me feel this way!”
“All I did was to love her and she left, no explanations. She just left!”
‘I’m destroyed. Thanks to her”
No; it wasn’t anyone’s fault. No, you should not blame yourself. No you shouldn’t blame anyone else for your pain. Some relationships work out, some don’t. If two people want to be together, they would do everything in their power to stay that way. To work out problems.
But if one of the two doesn’t want to be in the team, they’ll find excuses, they’ll find reasons to move away. It leaves the person who is very much in love with you torn and distraught. You can’t explain why you don’t want to be in the relationship anymore. But you know in your heart that you are over that person and you are moving on. You don’t know how to say it, sometimes you don’t say it. You hate yourself for being the reason for breaking someone’s heart and live with it for the rest of your life. But it doesn’t mean you’ve forgotten the good times, the happy memories.
Old notes, poetry, pickup lines scrawled on bits of paper.
A receipt from the store, the day you went shopping together
An old cupcake liner which held the lemon tart you shared.
Memories you can’t seem to throw away because they made you feel special, they made you feel wanted. The love and the care that went in to making those memories come to life are still worth something. Don’t let your broken heart get in the way of cherishing old happy memories.
People come and go, but memories stay on forever.