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[Event] Prison Therapy II - Summer Edition

Posted by croik on 2010.07.18 at 21:47


princess_paups at 2010-07-26 01:12 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*Lauren quieted to listen to Lana's story, but once she's finished she looks disappointed*

So many of you have given up on love... It's wonderful that you put it into your families, but it sounds a little lonely...
Diego Armando
nosugar_nomilk at 2010-07-26 03:44 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*He smiles at Lauren kindly, his tone still gentle.*

You're right. It is lonely. I hope you'll never have to know what that's like, that the sharp taste of heartbreak spares your lips.

As I said, love can be both bitter and sweet. Some people find a taste so fine, once they've known it, no other will do. Some people find a taste so foul, they can't bear to take another sip.

You must forgive us, Princess. Our hearts are broken. Hearts aren't easy to fix. They can't always be mended.
blueskyesmiling at 2010-07-26 13:56 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*smiles kindly, and a little fondly at the rose-tinted glasses of youth* Hm, have you heard that saying, alone but not lonely?

If I'm lonely, it's only because I miss Ema awfully. Once I'm out...

Sometimes I think it's the hope of love that makes us lonely. Once you close that door, you find you can be quite content by yourself. What about you, Ms. Paups, Mr. Armando--or any of you? Is it better to hope for love and be lonely sometimes, or to be satisfied with being alone?
Diego Armando
nosugar_nomilk at 2010-07-27 20:22 (UTC) (PermaLink)
I don't think that's true in every case. I'm lonely, though I have no hope for love. Though I didn't choose to give up hope, or love. It was something that happened without my consent.

Then again, I don't expect to find contentment, either. And maybe there's a kind of contentment in that, oddly enough.
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