Saturday, October 11, 2003
Nicole has gotten hurt when I’ve told her I’d let her go without putting up a fight. My not putting up a fight may actually be good for her. If I vanish, to never even whisper her name again, she would be able to enjoy the rest of her life with whoever else she opts to spend it with.
If she chooses to stay with me, however, she’ll have in me a man who’s seeking to better himself with the passage of time. I have already improved as a man while we’ve been together. This will go on.
I can be hers for as long as she wants. If one day she sees a man she deems more apt to fulfill her needs, I’ll step aside. I’d let her err, or be eternally happy, with or without me.
If you are to leave, very far away from me, do not tell me of it. If far away you are, and you want to return, having repented upon losing life’s grace, you shall place your pride and dignity aside to return to me — remembering that you were once mine and you know how much we meant to each other.
I sacrificed a lot to be worthy of you. I’m happy next to you; you wouldn’t know how happy. Although I never offered you much, I never cheated on you, life of mine. But if it’s your decision to walk away, may God be with you.
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