Should Have Said It
February 25, 2020
Jade Kerr

What happened all of a sudden that made you text me again? What happened that now you want me back? You left me heartbroken and alone; my faith in love was damaged because of you. So what do you feel the urge to come back and interfere?

We were together for six years. I loved you as I’ve never loved anyone before. And you took, and took, everything that I have, but didn’t give anything in return. I believed in us. I was convinced that you and I could last a lifetime, but you threw me out like I was nothing.

I remember what you told me the day you left several years ago. You told me how I took the life out of you, wore you out. You told me in great detail why you don’t love me anymore, and why it could never work. So, you can imagine how surprised I was when I recurved your message saying that you miss me and still love me.

Now, without you in my life, I am finally in a good place. I am dating someone else. Someone who treats me right and loves me unconditionally. Someone who I know will never leave me in the way that you did. He took your place so easily, so effortlessly. For too many years I missed you, wondered how we could have turned out. But now, with him, I don’t think about you anymore.

It’s funny how for so many years I was busy chasing you. How many years I gave you all of me, the best of me. And now, that we are not together, I am finally getting some back from you. It’s funny that when I give you nothing, you suddenly give me more. When I stopped chasing you and crying for you, I found the love of my life.

I don’t know what your motives were. I don’t know what changed in your life that all of a sudden you see how great we were. But honestly, I don’t care. If you wanted me so desperately, you should have said it.

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