The Definition Of Rejection In Love

The Definition Of Rejection In Love

Generally, rejection is what most of us can’t tolerate as humans with feeble hearts and minds. We seem to embrace solitude when we are rejected by friends, family or anywhere we think we belong.
Come to think of it, how do you feel when your works are rejected? How do you feel when your presence causes many people to grimace and split? You become inferior, you feel you aren’t of this world, even in the midst of throngs of crowds, you feel you are alone because no one seems to feel how you feel or think the way you think.
Now imagine you are rejected in love, how will you feel? You will feel worse, your heart will cry out loud that even your foes will hear and pity you. Do you know rejection has taken the lives of many poets even in this Nigeria and I am sure you know at least, two victims?
I witnessed a heart attack some time ago when a guy brought a flower to a lady, to woo her. This lady slapped him and told him they aren’t in the same class. Some people were laughing at the guy and I later heard the guy was hospitalised the second day.
You so much love them but they aren’t seeing the love.
You want your dreams to belong to them but they are busy with another.
You want your heart to connect to theirs but they haven’t even opened their xender to receive your love rather, they lambaste you with words, they tell you how wretched you are, they tell you what the devil will even hear and shake head for you in pity. They remind you of the mistakes you have made in the past and tell you they don’t want you to ruin their lives.
Well, all these are bound to happen because if they don’t, you will never understand why crayfish bend. Rejection is bad, especially when it’s coming from those you are older than and from love, but what can you do when you can’t help it.
I don’t know if you know that success is determined by failure.
Rejection in love pains a lot because it kills even faster than bullets. The scars and memories seem to be burried down in the deepest part of your heart, to remember daily and suffer in isolation and depression.
One thing you should know is, no matter how long or much you are rejected, there is someone who’s waiting for you somewhere, someone who will bring out the beauty in you and make it blossom. Don’t worry when you are rejected because the person rejecting you does not worth having you. They rejected you because they don’t know what you are made of. Don’t worry your head when you are rejected, what is meant for you won’t reject you.
Remember, Chinua Achebe’s work was rejected by many publishers but Heiman didn’t and today, we can’t stop discussing about that man.
There was a lady who is still searching for husband, going to Shiloh with a big Bible and over sized gown, unlike what she used to wear when she was still slaying. She rejected a guy because he dropped out of school. But today, the guy is a degree holder and pursuing his masters. What’s killing her most is that that same guy is married to her best friend with two kids, a boy and a girl. The lady is 32 now if I am not mistaken. The rejected stone has turned to be the corner stone.
Don’t feel too bad when you are rejected. Don’t feel depressed or left at the corner of the world because there is more to rejection;
It’s either to go and work on yourself the more or they aren’t meant to be in your life.
You are only rejected, not ejected from your career and purpose on earth. Find it and those that rejected you will come to serve

Till cross your path again-
I hang my pen 🖋


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Author: Judaisky

Judaisky is a young writer who believes the world can only be saved PEACEFULLY through the tidings of the ink cos the pen is mightier than the sword. Do You want to know more about me, contact me 09039956005

3 thoughts on “The Definition Of Rejection In Love

  1. This is great and beautifully penned.
    I would just love to yarn some things; I felt it’s needed or somewhat. I understood what you’ve written so far and I’m in no way against your view using my perspective. Perhaps, my view also shouldn’t be a taboo.

    At times, rejection might be because of taste. Intuitively, nobody can satisfy taste, but they will let us taste out of our tastes: only if they could satisfy the least out of our tastes. Is letting go a rejection? How we think and react shouldn’t be opted out too.

    Not every rejection is rejection and at times, how we reject matters a lot. If someone was rejected, I don’t think that person should feel inferior or think less of himself. Superior are neither gods, nor inferior slaves.

    Fingers are not equal, but I think we are equal – being human answers that.

    This is awesome!
    More ink and zeal to wield pen.

    1. Thanks Blesson, I get your point and it’s speaks volume too. That’s why poetry isn’t the way it’s written but how it’s written. How we do things matters most

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