When you’re the girl who loves more, things hit you a little harder.
Because you’ve learned that love doesn’t always fix everything. It’s hard for you to believe, because love is one of the best things this world has to offer. Yet it doesn’t always mend the broken pieces and doesn’t always seal two people together. People walk away, people cause pain, and you manage to break you own heart because instead of letting go, you keep holding on. You don’t always understand what went wrong. You’re convinced you just didn’t try hard enough, didn’t love them enough, didn’t fight hard enough to keep them here.
When you’re the girl who loves more, you take longer to move on.
Because you’re still scanning your brain for ways you could’ve fixed it all. You’re still remembering all the good memories you hold of him and conveniently are avoiding the bad times. You still pine over him long after he’s moved on because to you, he was worth so much. He was worth it all, if you’re honest. You spent so long holding onto him that even now, letting him go just feels wrong. You love until it hurts, and if you could love something back to life, darling you would.
But when you’re the girl who loves more, you experience love in a way no one else does.
Sometimes it’s painful, and it hurts like nothing else. But eventually, you start to understand that being the girl who loves more isn’t a bad thing. Your heart holds an insane amount of capacity for love. You can see the good in things when times are rough. You always believe that tomorrow is a new start, a potentially better day. You look at a person not as perfect, but as human - someone who may have faults and bad habits, but someone who is also wonderful and has incredible qualities as well.
And to be honest darling, when a real and honest love comes around, that’s when the girl who loves more finally wins. For the right person, the brevity of your love will never be too much, too big, too impossible to hold. It will be just right — the perfect amount for someone who wants to give you the exact same pieces of their heart.
The Jhelum River ,is a river of northwestern India and northern and eastern Pakistan. It is the westernmost of the five rivers of Punjab, and passes through Srinager District. It is a tributary of the Indus River and has a total length of about 725 kilometres (450 mi). The river Jhelum rises from Verinag Spring situated at the foot of the Pir Panjal in the south-eastern part of the valley of Kashmir. It's joined by its tributaries Lidder River at Mirgund Khannabal and Sind River at Shadipora in Kashmir Valley. It flows through Srinagar and the Wular lake before entering Pakistan through a deep narrow gorge. The Neelum River, the largest tributary of the Jhelum, joins it, at Domel Muzaffarabad, as does the next largest, the Kunhar River of the Kaghan valley. It also connects with rest of Pakistan and Pakistani Kashmir on Kohala Bridge east of Circle Bakote. It is then joined by the Poonch river, and flows into the Mangla Dam reservoir in the district of Mirpur. The Jhelum enters the Punjab in the Jhelum District. From there, it flows through the plains of Pakistan's Punjab, forming the boundary between the Chaj and Sindh Sagar Doabs. It ends in a confluence with the Chenab at Trimmu in District Jhang. The Chenab merges with the Sutlej to form the Panjnad River which joins the Indus River at Mithankot.