• Young Life

    by  • April 26, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, To You • 0 Comments

    Where did we go wrong? Where did I go wrong? As I think back to who we used to be, I wonder…. where did we go wrong? We were kids in a place where life only meaning was to be alive… to feel alive. We met through a social network, now these days it’s more normal to meet someone online than to say hello to someone that is five feet away from you. I made my way into her texting circle. We texted all day and into the early morning. The excitement of something new…. Of someone new. Just as young relationships start I found myself thinking more and more about a person that I had actually never met before in person. By now you’re thinking catfish but this is not one of those cases. She was a raw beauty, an old soul that had been rejuvenated inside of a young woman’s body. I still remember the first time that I saw her. Her eyes a milky brown, short hair, with an aura of gold. She was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen. Our first date was awkward, I was stunned by her beauty and at a loss of words. From then every moment I was alive was enriched by her. We talked every night and texted everyday and one day turned into two. One movie night turned into a sleepover and we were happy. Life felt better than it ever had before. I felt like I had found something that I never knew was missing, but as we got close I left friends, hobbies, and my past life behind…. I was in love. Love what a great emotion. You don’t truly know you’re in love until you look back and can’t remember when was the last time that you weren’t happy with the person that you are with. Days turned to weeks and weeks to months and months to years. Then one day I realized the love that once was there was gone. We grew so close that eventually we grew apart. We sleep in separate beds. We spend time together but nothing happens. The passion in our relationship just isn’t there. Now we say that we love each other but do we really? Where did we go wrong?

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