What I learned About Love13 years old. I met a guy. I say I will love, love without needing a response, love with all my heart. I just need to know that the love I have in my heart for him exist, and to me, that's enough. Then one day, I wake up in the morning, come to the conclusion that I am tired of this "unrequired love" nonesense. That's that, the end of a crush.More Like This
14 years old. I met someone. He asked me "Hey K, do you know the differences between like and love?" When I ask as to why he have this inquiry, he smile and told me that if I like him then that's ok, there won't be a problem, but if it's love, then it's something he can't accept. He said that once there was a girl that shred many tears for him, he doesn't want to see that sadness resign in me. I promised that I'd maintain that boundried between like and love, keep myself emotionally unattach just enough to where it won't make me cry. Unrequired love is not a crime, but don't let it be burden for the one you love. Love from my side is just one hal
I Call Him CompulsionThree. Four. Five. I like five; it feels complete. Okay, one more time. SixMore Like This
"How long does it take to get a glass of water?" my husband calls from the living room.
"Sorry, I'm coming." I resist the urge to rinse the glass a few more times. Cleanliness is not a factorit's the numbers. The completion. The habit. I take a sip of my water and force myself to stop asking if I should just run the water one more time.
I join Sam in the living room and sit in my usual spot: the center recliner. He always lies on the couch to watch TV. It works.
He hits the play button, and we watch ten minutes of reality before the demon sneaks into my mind again. This time I see fire. It sparks from the dryer, blisters the walls, and rushes tsunami-like towards my son's room. It licks at my daughter's curtains.
I see them lying in their beds, unaware of the destruction. I see walls of flame keeping me from them.
"I have to go to the bathroom," I say. Sam pauses the show. The beast in