kevyn: (Default)
( Aug. 21st, 2005 07:48 pm)

So Friday night I call Giovanni's place, and David (the neighbour) answered the phone.


Saturday morning, I paid a surprise visit to Giovanni's place. He was in bed with David.

And told me to my face that it was "innocent."

Yeah, right.

"Giovanni, I love you, but I can't trust you."

The end.
So I've been through anger, bargaining and depression (well I'm still in depression, actually)... don't see how denial's gonna work, but I'll be glad to get to acceptance. In the meantime, however, I have a question:

Is there truly someone for everyone? Or is that just a self-serving myth we tell ourselves and others with broken & lonely hearts, because the truth might just be too frightening to bear?

Is it possible that some people are just meant to be alone, no matter how much they try not to be?

What if not everyone has a "soul mate," or if you just missed them? What if the man of your dreams thinks you are too complicated and messed up to be involved with? Does that mean empty anonymous sex or celibacy are the only options left?

What if some men truly are islands?


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