Dysfunctional Heartbreak.

You were dysfunctional from the start.
The entire relationship took off from a handful of tears and firey words spit between mouths.
Oh, but once it took flight it was magical.
It was unknown.
It went against nature.
It was like watching an airplane from the ground and having no idea how it’s possible for humans to fly.

It consisted of stolen kisses and an uncountable amount of Skype calls.
It survived of insecurities and self-doubts.
It wouldn’t have lived without the negativity.
It was just one of those things that you know is dangerous, but you walk closer to the fire anyway.
Because fire keeps you warm and provides you light.

For a minute there you thought you had it figured out.
The person who supports you when your knees buckle.
And wipes away your tears.

But then he changed his mind.

Suddenly he decided that you weren’t worth the fight anymore.
Before you knew it you were just an object.
Easy to throw away – easy to replace – easy to forget about.

And if that wasn’t bad enough,
Being thrown away like an old t-shirt.
You realized that it gets so much worse.

Because he kissed your lips and whispered that he loved you.
And now every time you hear those words you choke on thin air.

And even though he heard your tears falling freely from your eyes.
He walked away from you.
He turned his back – like he swore he would never do.

But most of all he looked at you, dead in the eyes, and told you that he doesn’t want you anymore.

And at that moment your entire world comes crashing down around you.
And your lungs will fail you.
And you wont be able to hear another word he says over the ringing inside your mind.
And your legs will buckle.
And you will be helpless as he leaves you on the ground.

You were dysfunctional from the start.
And every body knows that dysfunction never lasts.

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