The Heart Of The Matter

Love can be dangerous
It can be hurtful and cruel.

And because my desire is bold
It’s also prideful and overbearing.

Love can make you cry,
And feel tormented
Like you’ve never been before.

Love can make you happy
Make you smile,
As wide as the universe.

But is that enough,
For youto wantto hold on,
Or is the pain I’m inflicting,
Too much for you to handle?

Concept By: Missy © 2020 (edited by: ElRoy)

“One of the problems is that a lot of toxic relationship habits are baked into our culture. We worship romantic love—you know, that dizzying and irrational kind. Men and women are encouraged to objectify each other and to objectify their romantic relationships. Thus, our partners are often seen as achievements or prizes rather than someone to share mutual emotional support.” Excerpts from 6 Toxic Relationship Habits Most People Think Are Normal

Commentary: All is not fair in love and war; we all need somebody to love; but if the object of your affection—is no longer willing, to be lovable, you cannot say, that she broke your heart; because in essence, she’s not responsible for your heart breaking. You cannot compel her to be lovable, if she doesn’t want to anymore.
If she leads you on—into believing, that she’s willing to be lovable and since your heart needs somebody to love; obviously, you will convince yourself, that she is the one—worthy of your esteem. Consequently, your heart latches on and won’t let go, because it’s a hopeless romantic.
However, if she eventually dejects you, your heart is obliged to break the bond or attachment, in order to move on and rebuild itself. But, like everything else, it’s easier said than done and it could take a lifetime to reconstruct the heart, especially if you’re unwilling to forgive; because you believe in your heart of hearts that you were tricked and are justified in punishing her, by hating your old object of our affection.

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