I never thought that I would fall for you the night I first met you.
I was so curious when a friend of mine mentioned you to me because we were both fooled by our recent relationships (well, I never heard your story and so I only trusted yours, according to my friend's version).
We started exchanging messages and chatted over the phone with each other. We were friends on Facebook first before we met in person and my impression on your very private profile is that I would never fall for you (just so you know, I have a standard when it comes to age), but hey, what happened?
You let me fall in love without any plans to love me back. I care for you too much that you have been my priority, and sad to say, I am just an option to you (well, I must say, "last" option).
I didn't mind being just an option "for now" because I kept telling myself that eventually, I would be your priority and you would realize that you loved me and would be afraid to lose me. I gave my all and hoped that someday I would be at least a part of your plans, your dreams, and ambitions.
But my fear came. The night you walked out that door I never thought would be the last time I saw you. I waited days, weeks, months, and now a year, but not even a hi or hello from you.
Why? Am I that easy to forget, to lose?
But then I have to accept the fact that our story ended there and I have to move on. I really want to see you, talk to you, and clarify things, for closure (I guess), and to finally move on. But how?
You even blocked me on Facebook and I bet you also changed your digits. So I was hanging the middle of why's and what if's. Maybe I need to believe that sometimes not having any closure is closure after all!
I am not mad. I don't even regret knowing and falling in love with you because you taught me how to be strong and to love myself, to stand alone and not to be afraid of being alone.
Thank you and will continuously pray for your success and contentment. There will always be a part of you in my heart. I love you and goodbye!
*Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors
Got a story to tell? Send us an email over at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject My Story on Female Network and we might just feature it!