I have loved someone with all my heart only to end up being killed by its same enormity. I loved someone and got the worst heartbreak in the history of my life.


And then HE came.


You know those days when you’re in the middle of a scorching summer and then the rain came? And it isn’t just a passing drizzle that’s gone just before you enjoy it. I’m talking about torrential rain pouring all of a sudden, not just moistening and damping the cracked and dried-up lands but more like nourishing it and washing away all the dust and weeds, making it healthier, allowing it to be fertile for flowers to grow on.


That’s what it’s like.


It came almost instantly–the healing. You know when you’re in the worst mood of all time then suddenly you’re favourite vent song came on the radio and you can’t help yourself but sing your heart and lungs and oesophagus out? When you’re in a horrible day and then you saw the dusk and all its colours and suddenly you tell yourself it’s a great world and a great life and a great time to start anew.


It’s like you screaming with all your might to declare you will never love again, and then suddenly, just suddenly, you did again.


That’s what it’s like.


So I have loved and had suffered the worst heartache in my book.


And then there came someone that washed away all the pain almost too snappily. Almost too sudden, too unreal, too unreasonably fast.


That’s what it’s like.


That’s what it’s like since HE came.

Published by Isis Grace