I'm Sorry I Wasn't What You Wanted - Comments

  • VixL

    VixL (100)

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    Task Manager
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    Age:
    24
    Location:
    United States
    I love this little drabble. How she let’s go of a bad relationship and drifts off into something freeing. How when she leaves to get on the plane, she’s leaving behind and has a fresh start. I really feel like it touches on things I’m going through as a young adult right now, too. So I identify with both characters. The one who is afraid to take a chance and instead sticks to the more traditional route and the one who is all over the place, unconventional, and searching from job to job. I don’t know who’s right. But I feel like both of the characters could represent just one: urging the other to take chances and leave the doubt behind. Or at least that’s what it means to me. Really great In Love
    April 8th, 2019 at 11:03pm
  • Chairman Meow

    Chairman Meow (925)

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    Bibliophile
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    Age:
    27
    Location:
    Malaysia
    I love this!

    It's written in such a simplistic but impactful way. The contrast between the two characters can easily be the inner struggle inside one person. I mean, we all have that one side in us that craves adventures, learning new things, going to new places and meeting new people. And there's another side that's always cautious, afraid to try new things, worries about changes.

    This is just beautifully written. Simple words, simple style but not less powerful.
    April 8th, 2019 at 03:54pm