Tom Hiddleston is not yet my husband.
I’ve never felt more alone then I do in the moment of my life.
I’m jobless, still single after 4 years and not many friends around and the ones who are, are moving lives
How come its the people who are loyal, loving and and work the hardest and deserve the most, recieve the least.
When is my turn? When do I give up the fight? When do I stop waiting?
When do I get my pot of gold?
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How do you save a person from being hurt when they can’t see that the person who is hurting them is clearly toxic?
Does it always take two lots if hurt for people to realise?
How do you protect your friends from the toxic beings?
So tell me, at what point does one give up on love and happiness? When does one stop trying? When does one stop looking?
When do I admit to myself that I am destined for a life alone?
What happens to the girl with the shattered heart?
The one who feels love no more?
The one who gives up?
The one who can’t feel anymore?
The one who can’t pretend anymore?
The one whose world is taken from her?
The one whose life is gone?
What happens to her?
Here I am sitting outside on the balcony, wrapped in a blanket while it rains. This is where I feel most comfortable, where I like the weather, where all you can hear is the night, the rain, the wind. It was been raining for days and now I don’t have to give the same reasons for why I stay at home. The weather is reason enough, I don’t have to justify or feel bad or useless because I have no job of money to waste. “Saving money for fuel, not going out because you don’t have fuel money” they are embarrassing reasons that people don’t understand but “It’s raining pretty heavily” is a legitimate reason to stay at home. I like the rain, I like the storms, they seem to suit me. I’m not a dull person, I have personality but stormy weather just seems to suit me better then sunny days. I don’t think I’m as wound up in stormy weather. It’s probably more calming.