I used to think sadness could only hit me at night, when the lights are out and the world is quiet and I know you’re somewhere out there, looking up at the same moonlit sky. But lately, it’s been eating away at me in the middle of the day, when I’m standing in the kitchen waiting for the kettle to boil or walking down the street past places we used to go together. And it was then that I realised. Pain doesn’t attack in a certain time zone. It could be six in the morning or two in the afternoon, and my heart will still ache the way it always does now that you’re gone. I feel so lonely and so lost and not even the stars can guide me back to the person I used to be before we said goodbye. (via the-taintedtruth)
I would stand out in a storm forever if it means I get to fall asleep next to you.
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