Tuesday, 21 April 2009

21/04/09 [21:28]

Can you love someone so much that it blinds your true rational feelings?
What if that love made you act in a way which was alien even to yourself...
Could you blame the person for leaving?
Even when you know they deserve so much more than you are ever likely to be able to give?
Would you be selfish & try to win them back or do what's best for them & leave them to be happy; even if the only way they are likely to be happy is with someone else?

If you would try to win them back you never truly loved them. Love is wanting someone to be happy, regardless of who it is with. Wanting what is best for them, even if it isn't what's best for you. That selfless, emotion fuelled love. It makes people do crazy things, maybe it's because they wear a mask. Thinking that the mask creates a person that their loved one will eternally love back. It's a shame it doesn't work that way. Sometimes you long for your own happiness so much that what you really have is blinded by the rose coloured glasses that you didn't even realise you were wearing; when this happens - expect to lose something. When you do, who can you blame? Yourself. It doesn't make it feel any better, it won't make you smile and it will take a while to get over. Especially if what you lose is the one you love...

Nat x

1 comment:

  1. this is so true.. like they say, if you love someone let them go, especially if they're happy with someone else. you just gotta be happy for them.