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2:31 AM | Sunday, April 24, 2005

When two people know that at some point in their relationship it will have to face an end, should they do anything about it?



Should they make the most out of the time they have left to cope with an even more torn apart heart or do they need to just abruptly end this to save themselves from the grief even though there could still be that one chance of being able to pull everything off?



When should they stop believing? Should they even stop?



What do you do when you have finally reached that fork in the road? You're not exactly there at this very moment but you can see it coming. It's a decision that you can't just toss a coin. Heads I win this thing, tails I lose. It's just not logical.


Life is a bitch. You get to meet this person that finally makes sense to you. When you two are together, all you can feel is perfection. It's like nothing else seems to be wrong with the two of you. You forget about your problems and everything just seems to fit the picture. You accept all his imperfections, knowing that you have those too. You two know that you are madly in love with each other. Yet once you two are apart, that's when questions start pouring in.


You can't just keep pushing things till you reach that dead end. But you can't just stop anytime you want to.


Can you?

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