“Nothing you love is lost. Not really. Things, people – they always go away, sooner or later. You can’t hold them, any more than you can hold moonlight. But if they’ve touched you, if they’re inside of you, then they’re still yours. The only things you ever really have are the ones you hold inside your heart.”
Here is mine:
Dear Prescription Pills and Alcohol,
I think you are the BEST and I am certain that you will only become better with time. Adderall, you I love, in particular, and I will always cherish what we had.
You came into my life “….for a reason and season”, and although I once imagined that our season would last forever I have come to the conclusion that it cannot. We want different things.
Speaking of different things, I want calm, grace, ease, and peace of mind, but not with you – Xanax, Klonopin, or Ativan.
Yes, you dulled the pain and mitigated the uncomfortable feelings, but you also muted the happiness.
It is time for me to try to deal with life on my own, “walk the line” alone, or at least sans you.
At last I bid you good bye, forever I hope – clean, quick, and abrupt. It just has to be that way.
I am choosing to move on with my memories of you intact, the good and the bad.
As long as I live, I will never, ever forget you – either of you, and be certain that I will never love anything or anyone the way that I loved you, pure and unconditionally.
I had dreams before you came along that must come to life, goals that were near completion……after all, I do not want to have regret.
It is time for me to put my life back together. Not only do I want to make new memories, sober ones, I want to smile, laugh, forgive and forget, love and worry less.
I am sorry to leave this way, but I know no other way.
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