Loved you then love you now
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I loved you enough to let you stumble, fall, hurt, and fail.
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I am on the deck of a ship, that will take me to Helsinki, looking at the horizon, a meek line separating the sea from the sky. The forceful sea breeze makes its way through the layers of clothing to my skin, passing its chill to my bones. It reminds me of your kisses and how they used to penetrate through the thick shell that I had built around me. And how through all that, the touch of your lips would reach my soul and leave a certain warmth. The way, amidst all that pain of being, it would make me feel safe. How long has it been since we last talked, a few months, right? I have thought of us, and the time we were together so often, that it has distorted my sense of time, the way Murakami puts it.