You want him to come back

You want him to get down on his knees and beg for forgiveness for his sins against you and God

So you can either dismiss him forever or take him back in your arms

So you can either spit in his face or make passionate love or both

You hate him then you love him

You want him then you want to kill him

He’s two faced and you’re torn

He’s the villian who gets off on tormenting you because you’re just too much fun

You’re the would-be hero trying to hold onto moral fibers that are slowly rend apart by insanity

Is the short-lived fairytale worth your mind?

3 thoughts on “Choices”

  1. All evil needs to succeed is for good people to stand by and do nothing. BUT, in this particular instance, there is a third option: you can just say no gracefully. Be the better woman (well, he’s a he, so he’s a terrible woman already…) You don’t need to be a hero OR a villain, you can be anything in between. 🙂

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    1. You always make think about what I wrote. I usually have to go back and read it and see it from a new perspective. And yes, that is very true – I don’t have to be either. But it’s hard sometimes to be graceful, isn’t it?

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