So true,It is hard to make and maintain relationships when the there are distances emotional or physical and the need to make them work is one sided.Take care.
Oh! Thinking of you...
Rings several bells. Good one.
Desh: Exactly. Thanks for visiting.Deborah: Thanks, I'm okay. This was written some time ago.Starry: Thank you.
Woww... something I have also been feeling lately.
It's the hardest thing being a friend to someone who takes it for granted. You feel sad when the fatigue creeps up on you, and you realize you just don't want to keep working at it any more.
It's tough to maintain relationships where one is making all the efforts, while the other, though keen does nothing :(But sometimes the one who appears to do nothing might care as much...or even more. Some people are laid back about everything.
I love this. This poem says a lot of things that I've been thinking recently.Long distance friendships, especially, are too much for one person to maintain on their own, aren't they? And many times, people do care, they just... forget? Which promptly puts all the responsibility on you. Even while living in the same house, this can happen. And it hurts everytime. :(
Bul: :)Batul: Exactly. Also, I've always felt that if someone isn't showing interest, it's probably over. As IHM says though, that might not be true. The point is, is it worth it?IHM: True, I think that might happen quite often. Two people have different expectations of the same relationship. There needs to be some balance, though: some indication that it's good enough to pursue. I was never a fan of unrequited love, romantic or otherwise.
Sumedha: Exactly. I just feel, if you don't care enough to remember, you probably don't care enough.
So well written. Loved it.
Priya: Thank you - nice of you to comment on this oldish post.
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