Therapy is for whimps.

I liked you.

I really liked you. I thought we could be something great. You made me laugh. You made me smile when I thought about our talks on my front porch. You would call me everyday. We would video chat at night. You told me you were confused. Me or her. You didn’t know. I waited in vain for you to decide. I had to let you go.
Your friend would talk to me. He made me laugh and smile. He would call me everyday. We would video chat in the middle of the night. I went out for a drink. He asked me to come over. We went for dinner. It was Italian. He was an hour late. He was confused. Me or her. I waited in vain. It was always her.

*But this is just a story.*

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2 responses

  1. acesix

    vein
       /veɪn/ [veyn]
    –noun
    1.
    one of the system of branching vessels or tubes conveying blood from various parts of the body to the heart.
    2.
    (loosely) any blood vessel.
    3.
    one of the riblike thickenings that form the framework of the wing of an insect.
    4.
    one of the strands or bundles of vascular tissue forming the principal framework of a leaf.
    5.
    any body or stratum of ore, coal, etc., clearly separated or defined: a rich vein of coal.
    6.
    a body or mass of igneous rock, deposited mineral, or the like occupying a crevice or fissure in rock; lode.
    7.
    a natural channel or watercourse beneath the surface of the earth.
    8.
    the water running through such a channel.
    9.
    a streak or marking, as of a different shade or color, running through marble, wood, etc.
    10.
    a condition, mood, or temper: a vein of pessimism.
    11.
    a tendency, quality, or strain traceable in character, conduct, writing, etc.; manner or style: to write in a poetic vein.

    vs

    vain
       /veɪn/ [veyn]
    –adjective, -er, -est.
    1.
    excessively proud of or concerned about one’s own appearance, qualities, achievements, etc.; conceited: a vain dandy.
    2.
    proceeding from or showing personal vanity: vain remarks.
    3.
    ineffectual or unsuccessful; futile: a vain effort.
    4.
    without real significance, value, or importance; baseless or worthless: vain pageantry; vain display.
    5.
    Archaic . senseless or foolish.
    —Idiom
    6.
    in vain,
    a.
    without effect or avail; to no purpose: to apologize in vain.
    b.
    in an improper or irreverent manner: to take God’s name in vain.

    09/02/2010 at 09:37

  2. iliveinashire

    i’m confused. get back on bbm! jesus

    09/05/2010 at 12:25

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