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My son forgives you but I don't want you back in our lives

Jan 24, 2009
7:55 pm
Toronto

I have loved you even before I met you and you know who you are. I have known you already ere I first set my eyes on you as if we made out in the past ages ago. Though you hurt me a lot and wasted the online romance we had for several months, I can't deny the fact that my heart still longs for you. How can I forget the day we first hugged and kissed each other? How can I write off the awesome feeling of being a real man when I was with you? How can I skip the fact that you're the only maiden I ever loved this way, that you were once the love of my life?

Yes...I shed a tear when I read your indirect message thru Friendster because for the second time (as I tried to fail you in my mind), you came along once more. If you came by just to find fault and be sarcastic of me once more then leave me alone in peace. My son needs me more than I needed you, more than you need anyone else in this world. I don't want him to feel the pain of losing a parent just because I blindly loved somebody in your personification. I will always be thankful that we encountered thru FFF but I can't turn my back with my precious son Ali Raza. He is the very best thing in life that ever happened to me.

When you and I ceased mere communication on November 22, 2006, he became happy and contented without insecurities of being left off and our close bond was fixed with you nowhere in sight anymore. He said the nicest gift I gave him on his seventh birthday and on Christmas was to always be with him day in and day out, something we missed out when you messed up with our lives. Goodbye, Leah.

- SALLIE
Feb. 6, 2010



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