Letting go of the fairytale.

He said you’re the one

His actions left her crying

Illusionabstractswirl undone

 

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10 thoughts on “Letting go of the fairytale.

  1. janineyork says:

    Yes it is, but love often ends that way. 😦

  2. I love this post, especially the title. We weave such complicated fairy tales around our lives, and then are shocked when reality peeps through 🙂

  3. Janine says:

    I can relate to this. So much said in so few words. How many times I’ve invested so much of myself for the idea of love, only to become “undone” by broken promises.

    • janineyork says:

      Thanks, as you can tell I just got out of a bad relationship and I am still heartbroken. Hopefully they will get more optimistic while still warning people that love is not a fairytale. I still believe in love, but lets just be realistic and smart about it.

      • Janine says:

        I’m sorry to hear about the broken heart. On the positive side, you can get some good writing out of it — and build yourself up stronger and wiser for the next time around.

      • janineyork says:

        That is right, you know what they say.”Out of great pain comes great art” I am already getting stronger and wiser. Thanks for the words of wisdom Janine. It is so weird to use my name to address someone else, I have never met anyone else who spells it with the French spelling. It is so cool though!

      • Janine says:

        I know and there aren’t that many Janines around. I wonder if it’s weird for other Jennifers or Michelles to address each other. Probably not, they’re more used to it. It’s probably weirder for you since my name is so right there “Janine” whereas your last name connects to your first, so I’m seeing “janiney” I like it.

      • janineyork says:

        Yeah. It is French and my best friend’s husband is French and his mother is named Janine. That is the only other one I know who spells it our way. One of my friends calls me “neeny” so that is funny that it shows that way. Talk too you soon! 😉

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