Mason recently blogged that Mason’s steady diet of anonymous dick salads was threatening their 5-year relationship. At the time, I contacted Mason for a comment, and he acknowledged that curbing his cock-lust was “an uphill battle.” Well now they’ve called it quits, and Mason’s description of their goodbye reminds me of every break-up ever. Relationships either end in death or break ups, and it’s why I stick to regretful, blacked-out one-night stands with old men.
Marcus took me by surprise. I never wanted to be in a relationship but for the past five years I’ve had the chance to experience the world as a boy in love. … There is so much love between us but yet it’s not enough to keep us together. I can’t give him what he wants and he can’t give me what I need. It took a few months of fighting, a handful of insults, and a ton of heart ache for us to finally accept our defeat but the war is over. The smoke has cleared. There is no victory. Both sides have lost.
Yesterday was our goodbye. As he was leaving I told him that I would always love him. I told him that I want to remember the good times and forget about the bad. I told him to keep in touch and that I’d like to be friends. He wanted to say something back, he opened his mouth but nothing came out. Tears began rolling down his face and we both knew if he stood around any longer he would of ended up staying. So he simply kissed me on the cheek, took what’s left of my heart, and left.
Heartless (Mason Wyler)
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