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People say: You're young, you'll get over it

People say: You're young, you'll get over it.

Trust me, if it's real, you won't.

I was 13, and it was my friend's birthday party. We were at Lazer Zone, and it was kind of a joint party, because she knew one of the other people having a party. Everything about him drew me in, and I don't know why. I've taken him apart in my mind, and individually, there's nothing special about him, but somehow, when you combine it all together, I'm just sat there like... WOW. I was gone.

And then I talked to him.

He then gained the label 'World's Greatest Jackxxx'. The hour I knew him I spent most of my time supressing urges to kill him. But as I was driving back home in the car, I couldn't stop thinking about him. I thought it was just something stupid my mind was doing, a trick. But somewhere, I think I knew that I was just lying to myself.

6 months later, I knew for sure. I could still remember every detail of his face, the exact colour of his eyes, and I was ashamed of how I couldn't get over him. I told the only person I trusted. My best friend, Helen.

2 years later, I'm still exactly the same. Helen hasn't told a soul, and my friends are all annoyed with me because they know that there's something really weird going on because I've become kind of sentimental, but I don't mind. All I know is that I might have thrown all of my chances for love in the future away, because I know that, even though it was only for an hour, I've met the one guy that I will never be able to get over.

Some people say love fades over time and others say that there is no such thing as love at first sight.

Trust me when I say, they're both so wrong.






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