The Cult of the Lonely

I would like to start my posts with this topic:

One of the regrets most of us face is a loss of a romantic love. Whether it’s real or even unrequited. Whether it materialized or in some crazy sense, imaginary, it will definitely leave a gap somewhere within us.

Don’t get me wrong but having this “gap” might actually be healthy for everyone because it links us to our younger self, it retains that strong burning desire that might, in all honesty, fade, in a way, as we age. It teaches us two very valuable lesson of life:

Appreciation and Moving on.

The Cult of the Lonely

What we were
What you’re not
Have I heard what you said
Go away, No, hold me tighter
Clasp my neck,
squeeze my throbbing heart
Tattooed memories turned echoes in mind
Now your lips I would not dare touch
Your heartbeat now I could never feel
For now I turned numb
Might be so are you not
For then you turned blind
Senses lost, a heart broken
The gift you gave
From me you have stolen
So now what we are
Are but once we’re not

Comments are appreciated. Thanks


  • Anonymous

    The feelings of unfulfilled longings would fade eventually in time, the process of letting go and realization that the emotions may have been real at one point, it became a part of who you are.

  • Anonymous

    Young love, uncomplicated and simple is what we adults long for nowadays. The memory will always be a good one but I guess if things were different and you ended up together, the complexities of life and relationships will also get in the way and you were better off not together in the first place. Better a good memory than a sad heartbreak.

  • Hanya

    True, but in a way it is harder, if possible, to recover from a good memory.
    Sad heartbreaks heals in time, happy memories stays.

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