My New Ending

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic

Sometimes we fear what we see, but we must keep our heads up to believe.

I used to believe that I was never going to find someone who will truly loves me

And I still believe that

To this day

Why? You may be asking

I used to have someone special right beside me 

We were inseperable since we were kids

Until one day 

He left

I thought it was because of something I did

But that wasn't the case

His family just moved without saying a thing

Years went by and I finally saw him again

Those same eyes

He looked taller than before and more mature

I went to say hello but he ignored me

As if I were a stranger to him

That was the day I promised that there is no real love

It's all a lie

An illusion that we use to trick ourselves into feeling happy

That was a fact in my mind until I met someone new

He was handsome, tall, and smart

I tried to ignore him but whenever he was near me I couldn't help but believe

Maybe there is someone who will love me?

He broke my heart

Moved to Mexico without saying goodbye

But that's okay

Because of him I now believe in a better tomorrow

Now I don't want to be alone even though I know I am

But that hope is driving me to be better and stronger

That's how I'll find...

My New Ending

Submitted: November 16, 2020

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Ann Sepino

What a lovely sentiment. The MC went through multiple heartbreaks, but it's great that she's still standing by the end of the story. It's a wonderful message of encouragement to impart to readers.

Mon, November 16th, 2020 7:02am

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