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Eventually, there came a day when he spent the night at my place. We flirted with each other and teased each other, I was curious to know if there was ‘another woman’ in that time that we had been separated. I was now seeing clearly why I had left him in the first place.
There wasn’t, and that made me fall harder for him. Soon, when he began frequenting our place and spent the night with us, he had begun to annoy me once again. He was selfish, wanted us only for his needs, his priorities were all messed up, his male ego was at an all-time high, and he went about giving orders as if we existed to please him. He wanted to know I had to take his approval for every single thing.
Mine weren’t too realistic, but his were overly ambitious. Nine years later, we were getting divorced over “compatibility” issues.
When it got dark, we’d sit under yellow lights and play a game of scrabble. Who would’ve thought that the same person I spent almost half my life with, doing things that once upon a time made us go bananas, was now a person I could barely stand.
His very sight invoked a lot of feelings, and love wasn’t one of them.
I guess, all that silence we had over the years were times we probably should have spoken. We didn’t understand each other anymore, it’ was like our love died; it died somewhere during those rainy days.
Or maybe I hadn’t seen him in a while dressed for work.
Eleven years back, we were in our twenties, wild, free, and stupid.Rapper Eminem may be known for his controversial lyrics, but he is equally known for his on-again, off-again relationship with his wife — they have been married and divorced several times to (and from) each other.Think this is a situation that only famous people get placed in? It happens all the time to people who are teachers, professionals, and average parents.Now, it dawned on me that separation was better and that I was better off without him in my life. I didn’t know how to break it to him that I was done with him, once and for all.Where mommy would live with her, and daddy would live a few blocks away. That she wouldn’t understand now, but someday when she grew up, she would know why her mother did what she did.