Yes, I Do

‘I love you.’ She said, ‘I love you that it was the hardest thing for me to let you walk away so easily. I don’t want to see your back against me and I can’t pretend that it’s alright with me. To hear you say the words which sounds like my worst nightmare and seem to threaten my world. I don’t want to listen as those will crush every part of my being to pieces. Words are never enough to describe how much it hurts. I love you, that even if it will take time for me to accept the truth, I will still do the thing that’ll make you happy. Just like what I’ve promised from the very start.’

She breathed so hard and stared at his eyes. She looked at her world as she cried silently. She touched his cheek with her hand and put her forehead on his. She closed her eyes and for a moment, all of their precious memories came crashing back. And like diamonds, she buried them deep down and hoped that no one would see it except her. As she opened her eyes, she said that last words she thought she would never say, ‘I am letting you go. Yet I will never say goodbye. Because I still believe that, someday, we will meet again. And I hope, that maybe then, you’ll be happier. Maybe then, I’ve moved on. Maybe then, my heart will be whole again.’

With that, she took a step back and turned her back on him. She started walking away and looked at the only star in the sky. She smiled, and as her tears kept falling down, she whispered, ‘I love you,’ again and again until her eyes got tired of crying.”

-ma.c.a // Yes, I Do (via vomitingwords) // (source @poemsporn_ // instagram)

For more, check out The Uselessness of a Broken HeartHealing Broken HeartsMy First HeartbreakA Dedication to the Way You Tore Me to PiecesLoving Yourself (Pt. 7): How To Cope With Heartbreak, and The Pitfalls of Love

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