They make you laugh
Then they hurt or annoy you
They “borrow” and break your things,
But would give you the world in a heartbeat
They defend you ferociously but will correct you when you’re wrong, even from across the globe
There is nothing they won’t do for you but sometimes they want way too much from you
Endless laughter keeps us going, even when it seems the world is against us
Anger between us is only temporary because the love we have for each other is never ending
My home, my heart, my friends, my blood, my family
I love you all way too much
And these are my final thoughts on Love from Africa
God watches both of us even when we are not together and cannot watch each other. Let’s us all consider this in all our actions.
Who hurt me?
Why am I so bitter?
Well that time that you hit on my friend, ye that time, ye that made me bitter
Why don’t I trust you?
Well I just went through your phone
Why do I care about what other people are saying?
Well they just showed me your two other girlfriends
Why do I need to put a label on everything?
Well it’s the last little dignity I have
Why am I leaving
Because you hurt me
Why do I think you are like every other guy?
Well every other guy asked me the same question, then went on to do the same things
So again who hurt me?
#TThoughts on Love From Africa
You look back and wonder
You look back and think
Did I miss the signs?
Was this obviously coming?
You try to understand why
You go over every little thing
You search for more reasons
But then you finally realize
If it could happen to Jesus then it can happen to us all
You sit and wonder what is more insulting than your ex asking you if you are still fat or travelling over 3000 miles to be with someone who then avoids you and turns you into a stalker.
Somehow you meet a guy he’s cute and seems lovely but somewhere along the line something always goes terribly wrong. Usually there are signs, little signs that may lead you to think this is not a good guy, but being the ever hopeful romantic who are you to doubt love? Who are you to miss out on your potential soulmate. Yes you have actually used those words right? Continue reading On Love from Africa – On Love from Africa Selections