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File name: Within Reach

By Yui Koishikawaツ All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Other

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File Info: A girl is preparing to go on exchange she ends up going for a good reason, but a different purpose. She comes to a foreign country and she ends up seeing and doing things differently. One of which was unexpected. How will this affect her when her time runs out, returns to her reality, and her life? Wish to see case? ►Yes _No Subjects case: Multi-personality, but being conscious during everything. makes this interesting. The subject tends to explain or even use past experiences as a reason to take certain actions. While all the more not realizing what the end result will be. Location: Japan Length of stay: Approx. 1 year Listed Purpose: Varied A word from the creator: Hello, this is my first installment of the Kaleidoscopic Views Series I am implementing. This book will contain the whole story of a 16-year-old goes abroad as an exchange student, but she was sent as an ambassador representing her country while being told this she knew she had the responsibility to do her best to represent with pride. Unfortunately, something unexpected happened, that she was not counting on, and frankly. She doesn't know how to keep it under control. Her actions I mean. Enjoy.

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Was this suppose to be the end?

Every second seemed to fly by as in a dream. An illusion.

The way I would walk right beside him to the times I even smiled being with him.

That meant the world to me because I smiled being with him.

All the fights we had, to the times I ran away, he seemed to always have the right words at the right time.

But.

Was this how I wanted to say goodbye?

Was this how I wanted to thank him?

Was this what I had to do?

No, it wasn’t... I’m sure of it.

That’s not what the old me would’ve wanted.

If she knew what would’ve happened would she do it differently?

Would’ve she avoided all the wrong decisions?

Would’ve she not fallen for him?

Would’ve we never known each other in the first place?

As time grew closer I made a couple of changes.

I changed my hair I changed my name I packed my things and I was ready for a new life.

In the history of my whole life, I’ve only gone out with one person. Everything I knew about this person was a lie. I have never seen him in person once, and I had to come to the conclusion that he was a catfish.

He was created by a so-called “friend” of mine. I still consider her as a friend of mine, but she just lost my trust in her. I was a little bit shocked, but I knew it was too good to be true. How could someone have feelings for each other if they’ve never seen each other in the first place?

I think that was the reason why I started having feelings for him.

If only the old me knew what to do. I never would’ve made his life so miserable, because of my own fears, scared of having to say goodbye...

But now he didn’t even look at me, I ended up doing exactly what I wanted to avoid in the first place. Because of my stupidity, I wasn’t able to tell him what I meant most of the time.

Because of my wishful thinking, I ended up worrying about everything that I had no control over, the way I should’ve acted, the things I should’ve answered honestly.

I should’ve just said what I thought instead of making him grow frustrated with my actions and my feelings.

I knew I said it was going to end badly,

I just would’ve never imagined this to be our end,

my end.

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