Noah and I became best friends in kindergarten, and I’ve loved him ever since. When his parents sent
him away in our junior year of high school, they didn’t even let us say goodbye. It tore my heart to shreds.
Years later, I still drink myself to sleep on the anniversary of his departure.
I met someone online, and although he is guarded and mysterious, he makes me feel again. He is the
first person since Noah that I can imagine a future with.
Growing up, Liam was the only bright spot in my life. If it weren’t for his friendship and protection, I
wouldn’t be here today. He couldn’t be with me all the time, though, and one afternoon during our junior
year of high school, a group of bullies decided I needed to be taught a lesson in the form of fists to my
face and hurtful words spray painted on my car.
My dad refused to accept that I was gay. Without a goodbye to my friends, he sent me to live with an aunt
I never knew. I never contacted Liam after that. It was too humiliating.
Now, after all these years, I may have found him, and we are meeting in person. But he doesn’t know me
Will he love me when he sees what I have become?
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