Questions from the Messed-up Heart


Why do we need to fall in love if it brings nothing but pain?

If it brings heavy weight to carry?

If it leads to late nights of crying and tears?

If it locks us in a cage of hidden feelings and darkness?

Why do we need to fall in love and be broken?

To be torn?

To be hurt?

To be alone?

Why do we need to fall in love with the person who can never love us back?

And believe at things which ain’t true?

And look at the most impossible possibilities?

And think of chances that will never ever come?

Why do we need to fall in love for no good reason?

Why?

Why to fall for nothing?


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15 thoughts on “Questions from the Messed-up Heart

  1. Beautiful, Mark! I honestly think that something like this happens to all of us at some point in our lives, but it makes us stronger, it helps us to grow internally, we learn from our past mistakes so that we don’t have to go through those same hardships again. We can also help others! If you’re going through this, it’s not the end, better things are coming! ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    1. Hey Lizzy! Thanks so much, I’m glad you took time reading.
      Thanks a lot for your words, really motivating ๐Ÿ™‚
      You would always understand me.

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  2. You fall in it to grow as a person, and to experience things (which in my case make great future content lol) I totally relate.I’ve become such a dry and cold person because of people that I didn’t believe could leave left.I love this!

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