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Sad Songs

Why is it that whenever you're looking through your iDisk to see what kind of crap you've got on there, and you find an exceptionally good picture of someone about whom you used to care a lot, and truth be told still care about quite a bit, iTunes is playing one of those songs that make you really think about life, about the choices you've made, and about how you wish both you and the other person could have been a bit more decent to each other.

The relationship about which I'm thinking now was not broken apart by myself alone. If I wanted to, the blame lies about 50/50 across the both of us. However, I'm in the mood now that laying any blame is just stupid, a waste of time, and frankly, immature. It is what it is - or in fact isn't - and that's that. I'm sorry for the things done to me, I'm sorry for the things I've done.

There were a lot of good times, and in a very short amount of time. And hey, she was one helluva kisser, too. I'm sorry I won't get to see the kind of person she grows up to be, and I'm sorry that she lost sight of the person I am.

And that's all I have to say about that.

2 Responses to "Sad Songs"

  1. I've tried to reply to this about ten times since you posted it originally a week ago, and I've always managed to distract myself.

    It's as universal as human experiences get, and you stated it beautifully. It came at a good time for me to read.

    Thank you.

  2. yeah i know what you mean, i feel pretty much the same, just wish there was something that i could do about it. im not sure whether to just give up trying or to try and fight through, i don't know if any of its worth it in the end but yeah i'll just have to wait and see, oh an i like your forrest gump quote at the end


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