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Irrevocable Endings

Irrevocable Endings
Irrevocable Endings by Bougie Girl Apparel

It just needed to end and unlike our past partings...this one is gonna be forever. There will be no casual touchbacks or coincidental-but-not-really-run-ins out in public. 

This is our final round.

I can't recall the day in which I completely lost respect for you. It might have been after one of our many screaming matches.

 After we made up, I realized that I much preferred being without you. Frankly, I no longer wish to waste precious time with someone whom I had outgrown five years ago. Yet, I didn't know how to let you go. I admit that I played games to keep you waiting for me. It felt so comforting to barge back into your life and find you still waiting for me. My ego loved it but, my heart had grown numb to our love.

After awhile, it became apparent that I no longer found you special anymore. Probably because I had mined out all of your inner sparkle and convinced you that I was the primary source of it.  I feel badly about the way I seem to always discard you whenever something shinier steps into my path. 

Please know that  this ending is indeed irrevocable. I will no longer scare off any of your potential suitors,  I am changing my phone number, and blocking your access to me in general. 

The only way for me to move forward is to not allow you to come back.


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