7 years, and 9 relationships later.

When I was 14, I fell in love with a girl named Adriana.
I know when you're that young it's just puppy love, but we talked often, and I cared deeply for her. I knew her at a distance, I know her situation at home, at school. I know about her family's lucrative drug-business in CA.

I know all her secrets, and I've never told any of them.

It's been 7 years, and I've had many relationships since her, some meaningful and deep, some shallow and stupid.

Through everything I've been through, and as much as I've changed, my love for her has never wavered, not once.

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  • Its not that you love her, you love the idea of her. you put her on a petistol and now you keep comparing people to her. She became a fantisy in your head and you need to let it go.

  • I don't compare anyone to her, I don't even really miss her.
    I don't feel disappointed when my partners turn out to not be her or have qualities she has.

    I just mean to say, I still have love for her.

    It's not something that you can let go of, the memory sure, I am not plagued by it, or upset at it; it makes me happy in-fact, but the emotion is still there is all I'm saying.

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