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I Use To Love Her 5: Closure

A sound mind, without the pain that came with the negative thoughts and the past coming around to watch you fail once again.  It’s a blend of mishaps that shaped what we thought would be a life of dreams and at those moment’s happiness was what we thought we had control of.   An instant love affair.
Our mistakes haunted us and we were no longer in control.   Changing who you were wasn’t an option for you, even with a new life for you to start.  Location and environment changed. Made improvements that you hoped could be the best possible but my conscience got the best of me and you just kept moving on without the knowledge of what was really going on even though you committed the crimes of passion, no love.  No thoughts of it played a role in your life, just were words with questionable actions.  Tattooed soul with words of no meaning.
You’re still my muse and maybe a lesson for others to witness what happened.  Even blind eyes could see what was going on.  It’s just gossip though.  No man wants a woman who is known for things that should be secrete.  I’m not broken down just a little disappointed the situation came to be what it was.  People talk, watch your words you actions told the full story.   Stop trying to explain what you thought you understood when understanding was all that was ever needed.  No matter how many times you pleaded for things to happen or change.  You still were that person you were when we met.  Not together just when you could be.  People change all the time but it’s the strong ones that know the truth behind their change.

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