I can't promise you that dark clouds will never hover over our lives, or that the future will bring us many rainbows. I can't promise you that tomorrow will be perfect and that tomorrow will be easy. I can promise you my everlasting devotion,
Someday when I die, please don't forget me. And please don't come to my grave to tell me how much you'll miss me. Instead, smile and celebrate me, because even in my death, I'd hate to see you sad. I'd still want you to be okay.
It's sad how someone can go from the reason you wake up with a smile everyday to the reason you cry yourself to bed every single night. I have never quite understood this phenomenon, where once greatest of friends and lovers become total strangers. Like the other party never existed and they've never seen one... Continue Reading →
She's lying here, right beside me. Fast asleep she is. A smile is written on her face, a warm smile. She is dreaming, she has to be dreaming. But I am afraid, afraid I'm not in her dream. I am scared, scared I'm not the reason she is smiling. I can't help but feel sad.... Continue Reading →
He goes out into the ever welcoming darkness, darkness he has known for a while now. The stars are out tonight, but not as bright as they usually are. A perfect summary of himself, dull, unhappy, sad and heart broken. He finds a place next to the balcony where he can stare openly at the... Continue Reading →
She was like a plank of wood removed from fire, though not burning, she still had scars of the flames. Her past was clouded in pain, deceit, hate and every other word that can be used to describe "not happy". Once the world was the most beautiful place to live in, it had given her... Continue Reading →