6 Responses

  1. Ivy
    Ivy Published |

    You must have a difference sense of what highschool love is than I do.. 😉 Lol.. Its that love that you felt before you knew love could hurt so much.. Or that it wasnt all good..

  2. Justin
    Justin Published |

    Hey, I said it was a rant without coherence. It was just one of those days that I had to try and make sense of something, and I couldn’t. I don’t know whether it is if my skills are lacking as a writer or that I just couldn’t make sense of it within myself.

  3. keda
    keda Published |

    i’m with ivy!

    lovely read though… when i compare it with your earlier post on the subject especially!

    good that she’s still beautiful. i think the dream and seeing her again could be there to make you see you have’nt changed so much . and to recognise that you want a similar thing…. a similar love, but this is obviously not the one.
    with a little sadness and a little joy we learn about our selves no?

  4. ChristineM
    ChristineM Published |


    I’ve been browsing your blog and must say I find your writings interesting to say the least. And of course your Wordpress stuff is outstanding.

    It’s nearly 2 years to the day that you wrote this and I’m curious if you’ve seen or spoken to this girl again (not that it’s really my business).

    I’m a believer in true love and soul mates. If you still have feelings for her you need to get in touch with her! What have you got to lose anyway.

    How does that saying go? It’s better to have lost in love then to never have loved at all….

    Peace 🙂

  5. Varun
    Varun Published |

    Hey Justin,

    I was just browsing your archives to look what were you in the past because I want to be a kind of you in the future. Interestingly, you were a kind of present me in your past and this gives me hope that I could really be you in future. Thanks alot for writing all this stuff.


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