When she asks me what I'm thinking about, the answer, though unspeakable, is always you. Or the idea of you. Or the promise of you. Or the feelings you've very purposely made me feel. Something about you, inevitably.

If I can't have you, I want it to stop. I want my stubborn mind to forget about you. I want my merciless, stupid heart to kick you out.

Because falling in love while already in love truly is the lover's worst nightmare; and the mourning of a love unrequited that disturbed a love requited is the loneliest of them all, its tears the most shameful.

10 comments add comment

  • anonymous lover
4 months ago

poly love?

  • Anon
4 months ago

Intials? Mine is C.

  • anonymous lover
4 months ago

lmfao do u rly want to be the person their talkin about

  • A
4 months ago

I always ask him what he's thinking about, hoping he'll say "you".

  • Scared Now
4 months ago

This worries me, because I am always asking him what he is thinking about. He usually answers with bs.

  • anonymous lover
3 months ago

Greedy pig.

  • anonymous lover
3 months ago

I understand you. Not an easy position to be in. Pain for all involved. The guilt and confusion are unbearable..

  • anonymous lover
3 months ago

I love you eventhough I know you're taken

  • anonymous lover
3 months ago

And this ladies and gentlemen is the romantic plot of InuYasha

  • anonymous lover
17 days ago

There is no shame. Try on the unrequited, then choose. You have four options, once you’ve claimed the new. None, one, one, or both. Would you give up a lesser love for a greater one? You will only know with experience.

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