Surpassed is an essay written by Mira Dizon and shared with The Ugly Writers with the theme Recovery for the month of March.
I woke up this morning and I don’t feel like checking on you anymore. I just don’t care what you wear, what you post on your social media accounts and I don’t know why. Feels like yesterday that I would open all the doors of this universe just to be with you. You’re the only thing on my mind from dusk till dawn and up until now and then with just overnight I no longer would want to think about you.
You were like a storm that passed by after the rain and surge everything is a mess but my sky is now clear, it’s clear that I wouldn’t want to associate myself with you anymore. Now, I’m busy cleaning my heart’s scattered pieces putting them back together because I know this isn’t the end, this will never be the ending that I want.
I didn’t purged this nightmare, I just stopped there. And I’m loving it. I can say that this disaster is for some reasons. First, I learned how to endure the storm, the pain and shivery. Second, I knew how to clear the path myself, to remove the debris everywhere, and lastly, my sky is now as blue as I was before. It’s clear and I can see the sun smiling at me.
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