Description: Even when you block their numbers they find ways and as they say "curiosity killed the cat" and I couldn't help myself. But I realized to be over this I cant wonder his thoughts of me...his reality not mine..IM movin on! Bye Felisha!!!
Your ship has sailed -------------------------------------------
I have found myself at the end of the rope,
and as extended as I choose to be.
I realize the chaos of you,
and I have receded from that disturbance.
I now navigate on,
and you are far to the absence
of everything that is me.
I have passed the threshold
as well as "deleted forever" the files marked from you.
No longer to read on in your forced upon emails
saw the title and choose...
By no means will I let your thoughts fill my head.
I like the conversational, aloof, nonchalant tone this piece takes. The word usage is direct, confident. The tone matches the metaphor and i also really liked that quality. Stick to it sista, no need to waste energy sailin around and around the same old current!
That's right, it might be on the horizon (and somewhat visible)...but it is fading. Time heals all wounds...
I like the "Bye Felisha" (or Felicia) reference in the description. Why didn't you weave that bit of urbanism into your piece? You're so important that I don't even remember (or care to remember) your name! Good stuff!
Things like what you presented here are remnants that need to be extracted and discarded, lest it could cause even more damage. Like venom from a snakebite...get it out!!!
Really neat way to show a love given up on. I like the computer metaphors. "as well as "deleted forever" the files marked from you." Something almost surreal reality to those words. We in our life almost never get to completely delete something, not even our memory. But in a computer we get this chance. The ending is also very nice. How you see the events before fading into the distance and in the distance ahead of you is a new and hopefully brighter future.