posted on Mar, 11 2011 @ 08:27 AM
reply to post by KingDoey
KingDoey and others,
It has been awhile since I've posted this so I will enter the outline again.
I agree with many of the posters...keep your first love as fond memories..and move on. If one has sufficiently matured over time it should be kept as
Twice now over the years I have seen my first love ..albeit briefly ..and both times with the same result.
I was in a Sears Department store and looking at items in a Kiosk when she walked quickly by and I saw her briefly through the Kiosk. I was
stunned...literally stunned. There came a ringing immediately to my ears and I thought was going to black out. Everything became dark except for the
narrow circle surrounding her as she walked though my view at the Kiosk. Then she walked on out of my view and into the years before I saw her again.
I have never had this kind of experience with any other woman.
Then again I was years later in a shopping mall sitting on a bench outside J C Pennys and there she was again ..walking across my point of view. Once
again the ringing and the almost blacking out except for the circular area surrounding her as she walked out of my view once more. Both times she
never saw me and kept walking. I've not seen her again since and it has been years and years.
But I know that she would have been bad for me. We were both young and in love ..more with love than each other and the practical matters of life
which would come later. I know now that it would not have lasted.
Best that she kept walking and I sat there dumbfounded.
She has married and has a grown child by now. I've never tried to see or speak to her and it is best that way.
But I do look back on it with some fondness ..even in the ignorance of youth. And it is best it remains that way.