There once was a story of a boy and a girl, though it may sound cliche as ever and stereotypical, it was all but that. This girl and boy met close to four years ago on the school bus on the way home. The girl talked about walking everyday and the boy asked when she walked. She said a time and got home shortly after the conversation. She went on her daily walk and what do you know, the boy was walking at the same time in her neighborhood. He was with his friend and when they ran into each other he tried to claim he wasn't planning to run into anyone, but the girl secretly knew that was not true. Walking became so regular, then they became best friends. Eating lunch and enjoying days together and with others. Though she was only 14, and he 17, you could see clearly there was something more than ordinary between them. He denied such things to her for months on end, then one day they became a couple. This sounds like such a typical love story, ending in happiness, but it is not. A good four months of being together went on, spending halloween, thanksgiving, christmas, and even new years together. There were no arguments, no nonsense, no issues, but one day the boy said he did not feel the connection anymore. So they broke it off, but heres the twist, they remained best friends. As their friendship went on he knew her feelings were still there, they dated other people over the years, got into arguments with each other, and even helped each other through bad breakups. They seemed clearly inseperable even through a break up and all. They would go through intervals where everyone assumed they would be back together again, but it never happened. He acted as if he wanted to, but it never happened. She could see the way he looked at her, and just denied all possibilities they would ever be together again. Then one day 3 years later, he decided to kiss her. They had talked about many types of relationships that wouldn't be dating, but it caught her off guard. Then and there she fell back into the trap of having feelings for him, but she knew he would not go back with her. She realized that three years later, she shouldn't feel anything towards him, those feelings should be gone. But they weren't. In order to make it seem some what okay, she had to cut communication with him. For a solid four months or so she cut the communication, then went over to a fire at his house to hang out with his brother, because they were friends, and there is when he said "Hey." They apologized and became close again, now to this day they remain hanging out all the time, seeing each other close to everyday, and still having the tension where you can see the way they look at each other. For he is 20 and she is 17 now, and not a thing has seperated them. Not even the fact that they love each other, but are so far in denial that they ignore it. She got so used to shutting off her emotions towards him that she has became unable to have true feelings towards anyone, but when they are around each other they seem okay. Just okay.