I've never really admitted it, but I never wanted a lukewarm love. I wanted it to burn my lips and engulf my very soul, and you did just that, appearing in my life like you've been there all along. We're total opposites; I'm not your outgoing, daring girl. I dislike clubs and parties, preferring the quiet of a coffeehouse or a library, and although I cannot quite put to words my every wishes and emotions, you seemed to understand. You knew when I wanted solitude and when I needed a simple hug, you knew when I was ready for something new and when I was totally not. And although you were someone I should've avoided, you became someone I confided with. Someone very, very important in my life.
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