Saturday, March 3, 2018

Comfort in Love ๐Ÿ’



        “I’m just doing what I know best. I’m staying between her and the door. The closer I get to the door, the more thoughts are  rumbling in my head. Closing the door after me means a lot, is like cutting off the bond between us. The thought of walking away from her makes me feel I’m stepping into a lost world. I knew her for a long time but have no idea of who I may walk into next. Decision made in a second may ruin or safe a relationship. As I was about to take that first step into  the world outside: I felt destroyed empty, scared ;at the same, thinking I’m doing what is best for the relationship. Then I stared at her thinking  that would be  last time I would look her in the face.  
She  stood there looking helpless, holding herself tight and wanting to open her mouth. Then I got more confused because I didn’t know what she wanted to say; maybe ‘get out!’ or ‘please don’t leave me'. The strong bond between us pulled me closer to her but I was silent. I heard her sweet and shaky voice, she said ‘I’m sorry’. I thought that was an angel but no! She said it for the first time! I  have been waiting for that word to hold me back. Oh! I kissed her and I felt relieved. Seriously! I love her more ๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹.”
That is power of ‘Sorry.’ The word is just five letters word but very difficult to spit out and we have to pronounce it to make things right. Situation can be bad within a second and can always stay under control within that same second. It is unfortunate that no one want to say it at that time because is just not the right word at the time. Do you know what I think? Just say it to yourself silently first ‘yeah! Whatever I’m sorry’ then it will come easier on the second trial. Let’s safe the  love and bond we share with loved ones with just that egoistic word ‘SORRY.’  What do you think? 
Let’s get Realwithkem!

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