Will I ever get over you?
As the song say, as soon as forever is through, I’ll be over you.
But when exactly will my forever be through? I never can see an end in sight to my affection. I never could imagine myself breaking free. I never could imagine myself waking up one day disenchanted, devoid of my infatuation.
Maybe that is the reason why I could never understand how anybody would fail to see the things I see in you. Maybe that is why I could never understand how anybody could not love you the same way that I do.
Yet, deep in my heart I know. Someday, that desolate day will come.
And when it does, please don’t cry. Never let tears of sadness grace that pretty face, I never was able to stand them. You came into my life like an angel on a tempest-tossed night so leave me with the same radiance. Let my last thought of you be like my first- spectacular, breathtaking.
Because when that day comes your name will altogether escape my memory. In my blank, thoughtless eyes you will be oddly familiar but sadly unrecognizable. I will sense that somewhere, in the course of my gloomy, uneventful, obscure life, you meant something to me, but I will no longer remember why.
Someday, when that day finally comes, you will have known..
I’m already over you. ~ Vilo
hyperbola1 (@hyperbola1) said:
Much has been said about Alden & Maine in the comments sections of all your blog posts. While everyone is supportive of both of them, a few comments border on the vitriolic. I commend you for finding a middle ground & keeping your cool while responding to them.
Maiba na man tayo… I’ve read all your blog entries. You string your words so beautifully whilst using ordinary parlance. Each written piece has a soulful cadence to it. It’s heartfelt. By writing about Maine & her indomitable spirit, you allow us a tiny glimpse of your own soul.
I quote Henry Ward Beecher: “Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures”. Kudos!
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I’m starting to feel this way now… Oh my god..
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AlDub has certainly touched a nerve in us. The nostalgia. Watching KS is like watching a piece of ourselves flash before our eyes. We relive our youth in all its glory…the crests & troughs, highs & lows. We also project our own emotions & longings onto RJ and M…hoping that we can virtually undo what can be undone and rewrite our own story.
We wax poetic, become melodramatic, celebrate in jubilation, and cry in heartbreak. We feel what RJ and M feel. We are them. They are us. How did these all happen to RJ, M, and the fans? Kismet. Yet, as the cliche goes, all good things must come to an end.
“The principle of the endless melody is the perpetual becoming of a music that never had any reason for starting, any more than it has any reason for ending.” ~ Igor Stravinsky
GOD bless! 🙂
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