Eet by Regina Spektor
The first cut is the deepest they say. When I experienced my first heartache, I didn’t know if I would ever move on. I became so attached to that person that I couldn’t imagine how my life would be without him. It’s amazing how God helped me get through with it and blessed me even more. Now, all I can say is…
It’s like forgetting the words to your favorite song.
You can’t believe it; you were always singing along.
It was so easy and the words so sweet.
You can’t remember; you try to feel the beat.
Now I couldn’t even remember that feeling I had with him. I see him as a friend but things won’t be as they were before.
I also just found out that “eet” is the “backspace” of old typewriters which does not erase the mistake but goes back to that spot and allows you to type another letter over the previous one. Sounds like I’ve already used the “eet” button. 🙂
Have you experienced going through something you thought you wouldn’t be able to move on, but you did? Oh, please share!
>>>This is my response to Writing 101, Day Four: The Serial Killer.