It's been more than 13 months since I first saw you. My memory of the person I was before meeting you has become very faint. You have changed me a lot. I don't know why you have such a great influence over me, nor do I know how long this is going to last. There has not been a single day when you don't cross my mind. Of course at the beginning I disliked you. I didn't want any other person in my school friend circle. And you seemed a bit annoying, being too closer than required. But, it wasn't your fault. It was me who wasn't used to staying within 3 meters of radius of a girl.
Then I started accepting the fact that you are going to become an important part of my group. I learned to like you. The likeness was much more than necessary. They went as far as calling you my gf. I won't deny the fact that it did stir something within my heart, something, unknown to me for the past 19 years. I let it go thinking it's just because of my tremendously low experience in the love department.But it did trigger the need to see you more often, to grab every opportunity of being with you.Then, 23rd March changed everything.
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And then it was over in....I think 15 days. Yeah 15 days. It did seem as if everything they had was a joke. Really, what WERE they thinking? I haven't seen or heard of any relationship that lasted just 15 days. No, I didn't get my hopes up. Anything that's dead shall remain dead. Over the next 20 days, I was lost between the two of them. Being a friend, understanding, advising, caring, making things right. She got over it soon. He, having his heart broken twice within 5 months, was having much trouble moving on. Eventually, he did, but it will never be normal between them. Meanwhile, she had gone to spend the summer vacations at home. I was missing her terribly. When she came back, I told her everything. I was digging up the corpse which I had buried with great effort. I confessed everything to her. We used to talk for 3-4 hrs daily. For 2 weeks, I was talking, confessing, smiling, laughing, crying, speaking my thoughts and for the first time in life not thinking too much. I wish I had even the slightest clue that I was making the 4th biggest mistake of my life.
To Be Continued...