People are always going to come into your life. And while many might be there to offer a helping hand, there are equally a lot who arrive to tear you down. Sometimes though, we just have to move on. It’s going to hurt, but it’s the only thing you can do at that point.
The lights dimmed after that, the loud sounds of people clapping vanishing along with it, and the curtain was opened. The people who sat beside him—a middle-aged couple that he guessed was married—turned when he took a loud intake of breath. The girl on stage was stunning.
The sapphire blue gem in the center glimmered under the light like her eyes. She had shed quite the bucket load of tears the moment it was presented to her, and it took her a couple of days to stop staring at it too—as if she was afraid that it would suddenly disappear along with the warm body that had slept beside her.
There comes a point in every person’s life when they reach a crossroad that they can’t discern. And while you try hard to rationalize that you can manage to make that choice, sometimes the choice isn’t yours to make.
I’m not making any sense, am I? Well, that’s not important anyway. Sense isn’t something you’ll need to understand this story, cause looking back, I probably had a big lack of sense in this tale. For arguments’ sake though, let’s just all assume that these people are fictional, and that none of this is real.
As soon as it came, the voice disappeared once again. Why did she stop? Her song was so perfect. The little girl opened her eyes widely, greeted, once again, by the dark nothingness she had found herself in.
Some moments in life are ever so fleeting. They disappear, almost as if, in a blink of an eye. And no matter how much we scream and cry, nothing will change that. The only thing we can do is look back and treasure what memories we have of them.
Each and every one of us have people we hold dear. May they be friends, lovers, family, or strangers – in our minds and in our hearts, we’ve created holes that only they can fill. And these are for those people I’ve created those spaces for – even if the sentiment wasn’t shared.