This was what you’d hear as a description of him.
That and lonely.
But he didn’t care.
He had a plan, and he wouldn’t stop till he got what he’d wanted. What he’d dreamed of for so long. He’d get it all, because he deserved it.
Life had never been easy.
All he’d ever gotten were lemons to the point where he was just sour.
But deep down, even he knew.
All his clamour and hard work. None of it meant a thing.
Until he heard them boast to their friends.
About the son who’d done well.
Who’d made them proud.
No matter how grown.
Nothing had meaning without the approval of those who birthed him.
Because no girl could take the place of his first love, and no friend mattered as much as his very first.