Lost in the Dance

Love Notes, Love Story, Lost in the Dance

There were two hearts who met in a dance… that moment was magical – there was a sweet song playing, there was harmony and soon love in the air. They fell in love and they started building castles in their dreams and promised forever with all certainty. But somewhere in the midst of the fun, they got lost in the dance… something went wrong, but they can never do anything. They are just drifting away, their fortress falling apart. There were so many questions, but no one had an answer. Then the music stopped, and then there was silence.

When we truly love someone we give our best and we let that person see the pureness of our intentions. But sometimes that person makes us cry and hurts us for the wrong reason. That person must have loved us, but he/she does not love us to make us understand what he/she truly felt. Now we faced a seemingly impossible task… forgetting. We have burdened ourselves long enough, but we still can’t get out of this emotional trap. Let us remember that the more we try to forget someone we love, the more painful letting go we become. Sometimes we never have to take that person out in our heart at all, for he/she will always be there, no matter how hard we drive him/her away. It isn’t his/her presence that makes this difficult, it is our stubbornness to accept our destiny that aligns forgetting next to impossible. We keep a cold face but deep inside in our heart, there is still that lingering hope for reconciliation. Somehow we still believe that we can rekindle small embers and relight the fire that once burn in our hearts. These thoughts give us hopes, but it also breeds the seeds of loneliness in despair. The only way to forget is to accept and the only way to move on is to look ahead and let the footprints of the past be blown by the wind of time… only then can our hearts can find a partner in the dance of life and hopefully never get lost.

love notes…

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One Response to Lost in the Dance

  1. As for me? There’s no turning back and there’s no point of returning… Though it’s quite difficult for me seeing his family and hearing them say again and again that their son will always be and is the one for me, I still get enough courage to tell them that I’ve already ‘let go’….’i don’t love your son anymore’ and I hope he’ll be happy with someone else as I’ll be happy with someone else…Yep, ‘The only way to forget is to accept and the only way to move on is to look ahead and let the footprints of the past be blown by the wind of time’….

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