| Poetic | the most romantic kind of love is the unfinished kind. The kind of love that will forever burn and mark your soul...

| Poetic | the most romantic kind of love is the unfinished kind. The kind of love that will forever burn and mark your soul...

More than friends, less than lovers. i have to tell myself that many times :(

More than friends, less than lovers. i have to tell myself that many times :(

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hmmmm, so stop pretending you don't still love me, miss me, and  don't ever think about the intimate and passionate moments we once shared.~Em♥

hmmmm, so stop pretending you don't still love me, miss me, and don't ever think about the intimate and passionate moments we once shared.~Em♥

In human affairs, explanations are Ego miserably, but fiercely, attempting to rationalize feelings — which is an oxymoron. {jy}

In human affairs, explanations are Ego miserably, but fiercely, attempting to rationalize feelings — which is an oxymoron. {jy}

so let's ignore each other, try to pretend the other person doesn't exist, but deep down, we both know it wasn't supposed to end like this.

so let's ignore each other, try to pretend the other person doesn't exist, but deep down, we both know it wasn't supposed to end like this.

Next Life [25/365] - excerpt from a book i'll never write - cynthia go, prose, poetry, love, quotes, tumblr

Next Life [25/365] - excerpt from a book i'll never write - cynthia go, prose, poetry, love, quotes, tumblr

Addressing your unfinished business is a five-step process. It involves:         Identifying the unfinished business that gnaws at you       Confronting the fears at its root      Reaching out to the person(s) you wronged       Making amends      Reflecting on the experience

Addressing your unfinished business is a five-step process. It involves: Identifying the unfinished business that gnaws at you Confronting the fears at its root Reaching out to the person(s) you wronged Making amends Reflecting on the experience

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