Unrequited Love in 100 Words

It wasn’t like the movies.

There wasn’t that glance across a crowded room or the accidental touch of our hands followed by us both looking down, stealing glanced and smiling. Like we do.

It started when she asked if I was gay. Half right, I thought. And she had a sense of humour. She must be perfect.

We sent a million texts. I became addicted to the digital opioids she was peddling.

I told her how I felt. I waited four days, seven hours for the response.

She said there was someone else.

They never show that in the movies.


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