She’s done being the one who puts her heart on the line for you because your heart is preoccupied. She’s done waiting for you to be her man. She’s done hoping you decide she’s the one who you’ll drop the game for, that she’s your forever person. She’s done for you to commit to what you have together. She’s done giving you chances so you could be there for her when she needs you. She’s done praying you rise to the occasion instead of shying away from it.

She’s done being the one who puts her heart on the line for you because she’s the only one trying. She’s done being your best friend, your rock, your favorite place to come to when you are not hers. She’s done investing her time in something that isn’t going anywhere, something that isn’t good for her anymore. She’s done being the one who makes the plans, the one who texts first, the one who’s always saying “I love you” without hearing it back. She’s done trusting you when you give her all the reasons why she shouldn’t. She’s done being the one who loves too deeply and cares too much.

She’s done being the one who puts her heart on the line for you because she’s always the bigger person. She’s done forgiving you over and over again. She’s done giving you the benefit of the doubt when it’s clear that you keep making the same choices. She’s done letting go of things she knows she didn’t like how you are so reckless with her heart when she’s so careful with yours. She’s done being the one to apologize when she’s not even wrong. She’s done meeting your friends and family where they are when you won’t even match her effort. She’s done being understanding, accommodating and naïve.

She’s done being the one who puts her heart on the line for you because with you, she’s only settling. She’s done getting her hope broken. She’s done crying her heart out to sleep. She’s done doubting her worth and her choices. She’s done questioning what love really is and if she ever will get a taste of it. She’s done with your broken promises, your empty words, your hurtful kind of love. She’s done being in love with someone who is unavailable when she can be with someone who is. She’s done choosing someone who doesn’t choose her back when she can be someone’s only choice. She’s done being miserable with you when she can be happy with someone else, or even by herself.

 

Farah Ayaad
Farah wants to make the world a beautiful place by inspiring people through her writing. She writes about love, heartbreak, women's empowerment, sex, astrology, self-identity and self-growth. She hopes in her writing, you will find what you’re searching for.
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