When it's over you just don't feel the same anymore. All those feelings begin to fade or change to something else. YOu begin to face the new day different from the last one. Slowly at first, and then with the passage of time you begin to feel the inside of you get a bit stronger and stronger. You see things that you hadn't before. Though the past my come up to haunt you from time to time you are able to move past it and know that what you once had is the past and what is ahead of you is so much more. These past few weeks I have been reminded of the past, but it was more of what once was and not necessarily her. She has changed and is no longer the person I use to know. That being said those feelings I once had for her are in the past and will fade into the future. Who knows what the future has in store for me and her, all I know is it is time to get off this ride and get on another. It was a good ride while it lasted and the biggest part of the hurt is over. I may be reminded every so often but thats ok because I am ok.
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