Japanese Knotweed

Lies that you gave me,

Japanese knotweed,

That choked and destroyed,

Anything left of the good we had grown.  

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6 thoughts on “Japanese Knotweed

      • It’s always the way, isn’t it? With some people, the lies never stop coming. When I had my very last meeting with the liar in my life a couple of weeks back, I hadn’t seen him in 2 months when I’d told him I was done with him. I had to meet him for a particular reason and I thought we might as well have that last “closure” talk while we were at it. I mean, if you can’t be honest then, when? And then after said last meeting, I found out he’d lied. To my face. Again. I mean, it was so unnecessary since we were “done” anyway. It still hurt, and made me angry. I’m so sorry you’re going through this. I’m sure you have plenty of people in your life but if you ever wanted to talk, I’d be happy to listen. My email is available on my blog. I don’t want to seem forward but I just *feel* like we’re similar kind of people. Please do not feel pressured to get in touch, I totally understand if you don’t need/want to – I’m just throwing it out there 🙂 x

      • That’s so awful! With mine the beauty of the friendship was we could say anything to each other. There was no judgement. So there was no need to lie. Or so I thought. But it just makes you question everything they ever said to you. And I totally understand that feeling!! Honesty is a massive thing to me. And he knew I’d walked away from another friend when they’d lied to my face. It’s a grieving process at the moment. It’s horrible. Grieving for a living person. And I’m really touched by that. You beautiful soul. Thank you. It’s good to know. X

      • Yes, you’ve said it: “it makes you question everything they ever said to you” – that’s exactly it. It taints everything.
        Grieving for a living person is hard but you gotta do what you gotta do x

      • It’s so damn hard, especially in a small town. But there’s no way in hell I’d let them back in. I know I’m grieving for someone who no longer exists. It must be harder for you with everyone telling you what he’s up too. I’ve managed to totally block him but I still have the dread every time I head out that I’ll run into him. X

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