Thursday's Child ... has far to go ... (0nm10wn2feet) wrote,
Thursday's Child ... has far to go ...

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Hi, boy... do you still read these things?

I don't know if you've outgrown your habit of tracking the people whose lives you used to be a part of... obviously *I* haven't.  For what it's worth, though, I'm sorry you're hurting.  I wish I could give you that hug and tell you it will be ok, like I used to, remember that?

Until you stop looking at every female you meet as one of those conniving, sneaky, lying, bitch-slut-whores, however, I fear you will always feel somewhat ALONE.  Yes, you have involved yourself with some real winners, but you have also known some that were true and honest.  Perhaps, as a result of circumstances, they are no longer that way, but they once were your staunchest defenders.  Do not forget that while you're gazing at the world with those jaded, frosty, blue eyes.  I've seen you smile, I've heard you laugh, and I've seen you very, very angry.  I've heard you very, very angry.  I know where that comes from and I know how hard you try to control it.

It's not easy kid.  It never was and it never will be.  Even YOUR way isn't the "easy" way.  Actually, I liken it to a 'non-way,' but that's just me.  Again, you hit the proverbial wall.  And you still can't see the dichotomy, can you?  You want to be alone; you hate being alone.  You want to be with people who will tell you it's ok; you can't believe the people that tell you it'll be ok.  And I'm so very sorry.  I did try, really.

I haven't given up hope either.  I may not make the extraordinary effort I used to make, especially since I know you don't want to hear what I have to say, but I still hope.  Despite our differences, despite the gaping chasm that yawns between us, I still hope for the best for you and wish you well.
P.S. Remember this one?

"This world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to those that feel."
- Horace Walpole, Lord Orford, letter to Anne Countess of Upper Ossory, 8/16/1776
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