A laconic epistle

Dear Heart,

 

Stop hurting yourself, you don’t need to self-destruct just so he could see you bleed, you don’t need to pretend that you’re sedulous, it’s alright to be vulnerable, it’s acceptable to act human and feel burned out. It’s okay to cry, to weep, to break down but never ever implore attention, love or concernment.

Never settle for less than you deserve or decide out of desperation. Do not let anybody use you like an expendable credit, or an arbitrary cipher. You are worth more than those restless nights of despair, you are worth more than you can fathom. Get up, you are a sublime creation.

Love,

Brokenhearted shipwreck

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57 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for writing this.
    It’s exactly how I feel right now but luckily better now.
    πŸ™‚ just love it

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  2. A great message for a powerful thing. It’s more than a creation, it’s a creator of magic if it chooses to be. It must first be broken in order to be opened but after that it’s stronger than two hearts thumping. I love how you write with yours. πŸ˜‰β€οΈπŸŒΉ

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      1. I do my best and just like you, there is beauty in everything.😊. I am the lucky one lovely, to have a friend like you. A treasure.🌹

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  3. From the title itself, you had me hooked!

    The piece has evoked a roller-coaster of emotions from me. A rise and a fall… and then punchline!Was it the grammar or the pauses in-between? Or was it the depth of the message?

    Love it Ragazza!

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  4. Good, strong words here that don’t mince: “you don’t need to self-destruct just so he could see you bleed.”

    The advice is firm and, as such, credible: “. . . it’s acceptable to act human and feel burned out. It’s okay to cry, to weep, to break down . . .”

    And then at the last: “Get up,” for “you are a sublime creation.” Strength and love in truth.

    Wow!

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  5. I could hear myself saying this to my 27 year old self. Seven years ago I had my heart shattered in a million pieces. My mom just died that time and I finally decided to dispose a very long toxic relationship. I remember crying out to God every night. Begging Him to help me and save me. And indeed He answered my prayers. A few months later that same year I met someone who now is my husband. Hold on tight! God is preparing the One for you! Keep the Faith. His timing is always perfect!

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