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The Unrequited Love of a Heartbroken Soul

Love at first sight

By Kailash SinghPublished 9 months ago 4 min read

Amelia was a young and vibrant girl with a heart full of love. She had always believed in love at first sight, soulmates, and happily ever afters. Her parents had been happily married for over three decades, and she had grown up surrounded by their love.

After finishing her studies, Amelia moved to a new city to start her career. She had always dreamed of finding her prince charming in the big city, and she wasted no time in trying to make it happen.

One evening, she met William, a charming and handsome young man who stole her heart right away. They met at a coffee shop, and after talking for hours, Amelia was convinced that William was the one she had been waiting for her entire life.

She started seeing him regularly, and despite her friends warning her to be careful, she was blinded by her feelings for him.

William was a player, and he enjoyed the attention and affection that Amelia was showering him with. He made her feel like she was the only person in the world, but the truth was that he was seeing other women behind her back.

Despite her friends’ warnings, Amelia remained faithful to William, believing that he would eventually realize that she was the one for him. She continued to shower him with love and affection, hoping that he would reciprocate her feelings.

Months passed, and Amelia's love for William only grew stronger. She saw him through thick and thin, stood by his side when he needed her, and was always there to support him.

But as time passed, Amelia realized that her love was unrequited. No matter how hard she tried, William did not love her back. He enjoyed the attention and affection, but he did not see her as anything more than a friend.

Amelia was heartbroken. She had given her all to William, and all she had in return was a crushing truth. Despite William's lack of love for her, Amelia found that she could not simply stop loving him. She was trapped, in a one-sided love affair, with no way out.

Days turned into weeks, and weeks turned into months. Amelia began to spiral into a deep depression, consumed by her unrequited love. She spent hours thinking about William, about what could have been, and replaying every moment and conversation they had shared.

Her friends and family were worried about her. They could see that something was wrong, but Amelia refused to confide in anyone. She felt ashamed and embarrassed by her situation, and she believed that no one could truly understand her pain.

She tried to move on, but her heart was not ready to let go. She dated other men, but every time she kissed someone else or held someone else’s hand, she felt as if she was betraying William. She knew that she had to let go, but she could not find the strength to do so.

William was always on her mind. She saw him everywhere she went, reminders of him in every place. Every time her phone beeped, she hoped it was a message from him, but it never was.

Amelia's obsession with William had reached its tipping point. She needed closure, to confess her feelings to William and find out once and for all if he could love her back. So, she called him and asked if he would meet her at their favourite coffee shop.

Amelia was nervous as she waited for William. She nervously fiddled with her hands, and tried not to cry. She knew that she was about to tell him about her unrequited love, and she was scared of what he would say.

William arrived, and they ordered their usual drinks. Amelia could not keep eye contact with him, as tears began to roll down her cheeks. William tried to make small talk, but he could sense that something was bothering her.

Finally, Amelia mustered the courage to tell William about her feelings for him. She poured out her heart, confessing everything she had been feeling for months. William listened patiently, and when she finished, all he could say was, "I'm sorry."

Amelia was crushed, but she was also surprised. She had expected William to finally realize her feelings and reciprocate them. But instead, he just said sorry.

As she left the coffee shop, she felt numb. She knew that it was time to finally let go of her unrequited love, and move on.

Months passed, and Amelia slowly picked up the pieces of her broken heart. She realized that she had been foolish to waste so much time and energy on a one-sided love affair. She learned that sometimes, the greatest love is the one that we have for ourselves.

William was a distant memory now, and Amelia had moved on with her life. She realized that her heart was capable of loving again, and that true love would eventually find her.

The unrequited love of Amelia was one that hurt her deeply, but it also helped her grow and mature. She learned that sometimes, loving ourselves is the greatest love of

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About the Creator

Kailash Singh

Hey there,

I am Kailash and I am an employee, print t-shirt designer, writer, and a emblogger.

Insta: @emotionofthewords

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Nice work

Very well written. Keep up the good work!

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