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Spark

That inexplicable, ineffable feeling of yours. Oh how you wished that the both of you had felt that! But unfortunately, only one was left holding the end of the string. Unrequited love is the most tiring, the kind of love that consumes you the most. When all your hopes were taken one by one, upon every anticipation turned into dissapointment. And most of all, when the magic fades. When the love light had already went out, and all the sparks turned to ash, removing color and light. And you try to keep the fire burning, but soon you realize you’re using wet wood all along.
Agony.

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Left

Have you ever experienced being the one in the middle? That rather than having the upper hand for having two choices, you end up getting stuck instead? When it seemed to be a life and death situation yet you can’t choose because the other will be forsaken even though you have the same regards for both? And because you can’t decide, both ended up leaving you, in the middle, unsure, dazed, confused? Well, I have.

And it’s not nice.

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I Used to Despise My Neighbors

I used to despise my neighbors. Their chatter is too loud.

I used to despise my neighbors. Their radio never shuts up.

I used to despise my neighbors. Their baby is a midnight alarm clock.

I used to despise my neighbors. Their gossips are unspeakably wrong.

I used to despise my neighbors. Their looks on me makes me feel like scum.

I used to despise my neighbors. Their fake smile hides all kinds of snide comments.

I used to despise my neighbors. Their issues aren’t issues–at all. But they whine about it anyways.

I used to despise my neighbors. Their ignorant stares are too much to take.

I used to despise my neighbors. Funny because, I used to love them too.

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