If you have loved, you have lost. Don’t feel too bad about it — sometimes things just don’t work out, people change, or maybe you weren’t right for each other in the first place. It’s what happens after a relationship has ended that matters. Move on, let go, and make the best of things. But the question remains, can you really unlove someone and somehow unwrite the past?
Go back to the place where it all began, and learn to love the memories with out them.
Wake up and stretch into all the empty space in your bed, because you have grown into something larger than they could ever contain.
Give yourself a second chance to be loved, but this time, don’t make it someone else’s job.
Buy yourself ice cream, and watch cheesy movies with yourself, and find the love you deserve buried within.
Learn to forgive yourself for letting them steal so much of your energy and thoughts from you, even after the warmth of their body was long forgotten. You have loved them so long that you forgot what felt like, because every time it crossed your mind, you can feel their hands on your body.
Bite your upper lip, and learn to say love without whispering their name.
Your heart is a house so full of cobwebs, I can’t tell if the lights are on, or if anyone is home. It’s time to clean house. Change the locks to your front door, so you can stop hoping that they kept your key and are coming back.
Throw out their old sweaters and stop buying their favorite food. This is going to hurt and you are going to suffer for it, but like battling cancer, this is a fight you will win, because you have so much to live for, without them holding you down.
Climb a mountain and see how the landscape is beautiful, scars and all. Beautiful.
You are brighter than the farthest stars, so shine knowing that there are no words for describing your worth. It is just common knowledge.