I never believed the bull they say about things getting easier when you admit your feelings. That’s crap. When you admit your feelings, you start digging your own grave. You dig deeper as time goes by, because you fall faster, you fall farther, you fall harder. And then you realize that you’re just falling, and falling, and you suddenly wish you’d see the bottom where you’ll crash, because the anticipation of the break is much terrifying than the break itself.
Falling is like this, sometimes, when you know there’s no one around to break your fall. You just wait for the impact, then you wait for the break. Because it’s only when you break that you can start to pick yourself up and move on. It’s like that sometimes.
Karren Renz Seña
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