The sea and its sadist ways of being

you’re going to leave people, places and things with a heart torn between staying and wanting to get away at the same time. you’re going to leave anyway. sometimes you’ll even regret and curse the fact that you left. sometimes you’re going to thank destiny for where it got you. you’ll struggle and fight and laugh and cry. you’ll learn to swim with all your strength.
but once you reach the shore, you’ll find yourself brimming with an excruciating urge to leave once again. leave the people, places and things that were just starting to feel like home.
and you will.
Leave.
Again.
you will do so every time without ever realising that even though you’ve been aiming for the shore, you’ve spent far too much time swimming in the waters and only looking out for land without ever really desiring it.

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