LOVE_AND HATE_ Lyle Ashwyn Holland

(22-JUNE-1989 / RIVERLEA, JOHANNESBERG, South Africa)

'I Guess'


I guess the distance made you love me much less, or was it me?
I guess the arguments made you want me much less, or was it me? _

I guess we've gotten use to the pain from the past, could you feel it?
I saw a future where you and I will last, or was it only me that foreseen it? _

I guess you learned how2live without me before you felt like you had2let go,
So do I have to let go? ,
Do I really see a life without you?
Damn I guess so! _

Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2012

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Letting go of someone you loved, someone you thought needed you, someone who you would make the time for, no matter what the circumstances, but they've learned how to live without you, and the best you can do for yourself is to learn how to live without them too. No matter how hard it is, you just figure that its something you have to do... But you're not so sure... So you 'guess' its best decision, although the situation strongly suggests that it is.

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