I don't think you understood how much you meant to me. And when you just left like that, you took my heart with you. I've never felt so lost and broken. As much as I want to hate you for doing this to me, all I really want is for you to come back. Please.
The first day you were waiting for me outside my school.
You always passed there at 3pm, and the first two days of the week I’d be there waiting for my mother to pick me up; but it wasn’t until, due to very random events, we became friends and that you actually would sometimes say hi to me.
We kept talking and our friendship kept growing, and it wasn’t long before we started to have feelings for each other. But of course, being the kids we were, we were to shy too admit it, but when you’d pass by, you would actually stop and chat with me until I was picked up, sadly, this only happened on monday and tuesday.
Then you took a semester off, by this time, we were crazy about each other, but still hadn’t admit it, why did we wasted all that time, now that I think about it? Anyway, about two weeks later, I was coming out of my school, and I saw you there, in that little store we would talk and wait for my mom, you were leaning on the ice cream counter. You had a white shirt (that’s why they’re my favorite), beige shorts and those black snickers. You were also in that same “pose” you always do, indescribable, but yours. You had your earphones on, and messy hair. And I remember feeling the worst and the same ones you still give me butterflies ever as I came out and walk towards you. You were waiting for me. That became something I looked forward to everyday, and my favorite part of the day, followed by our countless-endless conversations.
That memory came to me, a few days ago, don’t know why- nevertheless, I love it, I don’t know why, but that was one of the most meaningful gestures you ever did. You’ve given me some of the most wonderful memories I could ever have.
Oh, this was also the very first day I knew I loved you.
I remember (with a looot of detail) the first day I knew I loved him.