It's my turn to thank you for the comment. It pleases me that you took an ubiased view towards the piece, as nearly all of the males who commented critiqued the differentiation I made between the two sexes. You seemed to understand that the statement was one said by the pained, describing the ego-shattering one goes through when hurt by love.
I'm glad you liked the piece, as it's form is one I rarely use. I could tell you that she is to come back, and that she left because she was confused herself by the strength of her feelings towards you, but my lack of knowledge of your relationship forbids me from saying words I do not know are true.
Just as hunger may lead you to obesity, and thirst may lead you to alcoholic addiction, so does love often lead to heartbreak. So is love a good thing? Is it worth the pain? I cannot tell, but love exists, and it is something we cannot seem to ignore or deny ourselves of. Just like hunger and thirst. With perhaps more in it for us.
Those we consider absent are sometimes there, and those we believe are far are sometimes near. Those we think are ruthless sometimes care, and at times our minds are blurred by fear. Funnily enough, that just came out. I mean every word. And I hope things look up for you, however that happens.
How are you? Shame I can't leave you a comment. It was 'Song For You' I read as well. Since Effee has done it, I don't see why I can't: I'll just give my comment here. The piece could refer to a million things, but to me I saw only one of the things it reflected, and that was what was common to myself.
I've felt the same way, and said somewhat of the same words to someone who I knew deserved someone better. Not in the characteristic side (as with your piece) but in the emotional stance of a relationship. But in the end, I found it only sane to let the one who loves you, love you, and to be yourself, because it was yourself whom that person loved.
You cannot make that choice for them. And causing yourself pain rarely causes others bliss. That's one thing life has taught me if it ever taught me anything. So give yourself comfort for the comfort of another. Life isn't as tough as everyone takes it to be.