What you are about to read is a ten-part fictional romance story based on a man named David who is in love with a female named Rekka, who is born with an unknown heart condition which can cause frequent heartburns and fainting spells. This story is a first-person point of view, more specifically, David's POV.
We are all different. We have different opinions on music, movies, genres, and more. We have a unique sense of communication, from talking to singing to dancing. However, some people may not understand a person's conversation because of two things: either they have a weak sense of communication or they may not follow the discussion.
What you are about to read is not a true story, but it gives you an idea about the theme of this story. This is a story about a girl who is traumatized by an incident which involves assault and rape that caused her to be afraid of people and acts paranoid around loved ones. This also features suicidal thoughts.
I was an odd child back then. I don't know what I would do when I grow up. The first thing I would do is to grow up and become a scientist, specifically an astronomer, but my dream to become an astronomer didn't happen. My second passion is to become a creator, and I'm in college studying media design. It is a fun program and it embraces creativity. However, I am more technical than I am creative. The only way that I would express myself is creative writing.
I could easily let go of my past. But I can't. I have issues as to why I couldn't let go. The past hurts to hold on. It does not want to let go. It kept on haunting me ever since. Haunting me for days, weeks, months, even years.
I'm not a flirt nor a player. I had a lot of crushes on boys during my high school years, but I didn't confess to any of them. In fact, I didn't bother to confess my feelings to one person that I like. I had a few people that liked me, but I rejected them because they're just not my type. But there is a person I fell in love with. I don't want to mention his real name because it's personal for the both of us. That person that I loved has saved me from the darkest times. The smallest gesture he does will make me smile or laugh, even if he goes overboard.