Imagine… Imagine… Imagine…

Imagine…

…falling in love with someone’s partner. You’re comfortable with him, you spend memorable times with him, you feel so complete with him. The friendship you had now goes to another level. Though it’s uncertain, you both have never made the status clear, you know you love him. What’s worse, you’re close to the person who’s close to him. Sad, you can’t have him.
Imagine…
…falling in love with a guy when you already have one. You don’t fall in love easily, but he’s just so special. So special that even when you’re with your partner, he fills your mind. You don’t feel anything when your partner hugs you. All you can think of is him. You know loving someone other than your partner is wrong. You promise not to go out with him again, so the last few moments spent together, all you could do was to not think of the future but to cherish every moment. What’s worse, the more you try to forget him, the more you miss him. Sad, you can’t be with him.
Imagine…
…your fiance falling in love with someone whom he knows for only a few weeks. He totally changes into a new person, you don’t even know him. The 7 years of relationship now crumbles to dust. What’s worse, you’re planning to get married. Now that it’s over, you move on. Then you meet a new guy. He spends time with you, he makes you happy, he’s everything now. Then he left. What’s worse, he talked to your fiance, about wanting you. Sad, you can only choose one.
Imagine…
…loving someone when you already have a long-term relationship. You can’t help the feeling. It grows and grows. When you try to stop it, it grows even more. The years spent just blooms. You love your partner, but you also love this special guy. Although both of you are attached, you really love each other, knowing it’s impossible to be together. Both of your other halves know your other halves. What’s worse, you sacrificed alot for him, more than you did for your partner. Sad, it’s impossible to be with him.
Imagine…
…knowing someone when you’re attached. He asked for your hand, since both are attached, you declined. Now that both are single, you kept wondering what could have happened if you said “yes”. It would be worth having an affair if you only knew you partner will leave you one day. He’s everything you could have asked for. You would settle for him. He disappears now and then, for months, then comes back as if nothing happens. You don’t know how to express your feelings. He strays from the topic. Sometimes, you think the both of you are better off as friends. Sad, the friendship doesn’t proceed to another level.
Imagine…
…knowing someone for years, only to find out he’s married with kids, just divorced. You accepted his explanation and himself, then he turned evil. You learnt he’s incorrigible. Though he drives you crazy, you still gave him chances, but he just had to blow it away. Sad, you had to leave him.
Imagine…
…being in a serious relationship for the first time. He’s everything to you. Yes you love him, sometimes you just need a fresh breath of air. You went out with other guys, but your conscience is clear-you know they’re just friends. Your first serious partner turned abusive, slapped you, beat you up and did alot more to abuse you physically. He disallows you to even contact your bestfriends, though he knows each and every one of them. He became possesive. You know you don’t want this kind of relationship, and you do know there’s nothing you can do. You’re trapped. You love him. Sad, you can’t do anything about it.
Imagine…
…these instances happen to you.
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