Say nothing

When the pain of walking away
Is greater than the pain of staying close to him,
She says nothing.

When she can’t decide which is worse,
Seeing a message from him or not hearing from him at all,
She says nothing.

When all she wants to do is hear his voice
But knows it’s best he never calls,
She says nothing.

When images of him flicker through her mind
Keeping her awake at night,
She says nothing.

When she wants to write him
But knows it’s best she doesn’t,
She says nothing.

When getting him out of her mind
Is so freaking hard it hurts,
She says nothing.

When she can’t decide which is worse,
Meeting him or having not met him at all,
She says nothing.

When the only way to escape him is to sleep
Only to have him follow her into her dreams,
She says nothing.

When all she wants is to say “I miss you”
But knows it’s better that she doesn’t,
She says nothing.

When she wonders, “what’s the point of having a heart that feels deeply
When life inflicts so much pain?”
She says nothing.

When praying to God to make her heart not feel
Is the only prayer she’s prayed in days,
She says nothing.

When she thinks he should have left her heart broken and hidden in that box
Than to have brought it back to life,
She says nothing and simply cries…

 

*Originally published May 2015


Contents written: May 23 2015 | Edited: May 24 2015 | Copyright 2015 Moylom Enterprises


 

10 thoughts on “Say nothing”

    1. Yes, thank you. Back when I wrote this there was a lot of pain. But now I can see the beauty, how much I’ve grown, that certain relationships aren’t meant to be, that some people enter our lives for a specific purpose and aren’t meant to be permanent fixtures. It’s all been an incredible learning experience. ☺

      Thanks so much for reading. Have a great weekend 🌷

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      1. Really could feel the pain. So glad you are out of pain, it’s never easy to go through it. Thank you, you too have a great weekend. πŸ™‚

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