The First Isn’t Always the Last

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It’s another year that I haven’t fallen in love. There are infatuations, sure, but they fade with time and distance. A crush remains a crush in my case. The most I ever do is look from afar — and my childhood’s fascination with love at first sight is just something to cause embarrassment in the present day.




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