Oh Arizona, I won’t give up on you. We will look back on everything one day, and proudly say, “this is it, we made it.” I’m confident enough to say I’m experiencing times of uncertainty, and for once it’s not in my professional life. Business is booming, and I’m entering what I heard may be described as “the zone.”
However, my love life recently has taken a sudden change of pace. In fact, a quite dramatic change to say the least. She’s gone, that’s it. She’s gone.. Well, the relationship in its whole was not the healthiest of relationships, but it was what we had. I thrive on experiences, moments, the feelings of what it felt like to be in that moment. And this relationship was filled to the brink with feeling and experience. Negative, positive, neutral, you name it, we had it. We had it all, and now all is merely splattered across the worn down college ruled chapters of my composition books.
What came from this is beyond her or I. It’s more important than her and I could ever compare. A great romance tragedy, that is truly one that I wouldn’t wish on another human soul. She calmly burns still, the embers sizzling their way to peace. But once those embers turn to ashes she will blow into the wind and gracefully leave my world. Never to be recognized or seen again, as she blows away in the wind