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The girl was as bright and blazing as the sun. She was fast and had no time to stay with me. She was ambitious and determined, without realizing she left me behind in her wake. I was as mercury. Slowly trailing behind her temperament. Perhaps even poisonous to her determination if I stayed.

I moved on.

I found a boy as charming and alluring as could be. It was as if Venus herself would have carved his face. The boy knew it too, and his words were as acid rain as he bid me to leave. He deserved far better and I left him with his head in the clouds.

I moved on.

I found a girl as kind and giving as Mother Earth, and she gave me many gifts. She never thought ahead, she would take in as many of us into her life as she could. Giving us as much as she could even if meant her own suffering. I couldn’t bear her generosity, I saw her end coming near.

I moved on.

I found a robust boy with a dry wit, he loved the outdoors and loved the dust that coated his hair and skin after he travelled. He wanted solitude. He no need for company. He could not sustain me. I left him as he hiked red rocks and smiled at the dirt caked under his fingernails. His personality was strange and unique, as if men really were from Mars.

I moved on.

 This boy seemed deep, but his heart was shallow. It was coated in icy sheets of pain from those before me. There was no home to be made here, the boy was as Europa. There was promise of beautiful possibility, but only under the crystalized ocean of the tears he dared not ever shed.

I moved on.

The girl was as boisterous as if she were Jupiter herself, in command of all around her. Her presence filled the room, but beneath her exterior lay a storm waiting to destroy me. She had such passion, yet was so greedy. I sensed the imminent danger and nearly escaped as I realized the gravity of the situation.

I moved on.

I found yet another girl, she was shy and to herself and upon her fingers she kept Saturn’s rings. She was lovely and always the center of attention, albeit in her small distance she was almost cold. I was sad to leave, but she already had many others surrounding her at all times. There was no room for me.

I moved on.

I found a boy who would lay on his side, daydreaming always and stuck in his own world, he would dream of the ocean and talk of Neptune. He loved mythology, but of nothing else would the boy discuss. I wondered if he was hiding something from those around him, and it was why he’d never reveal anything of importance of himself.

I moved on.

I could find no others, I called out but none would hear me as I moved too far. I despaired and I cried for I was lost and did not want to be alone. I felt so small and alone in my mind. I kept to the dark. I made my heart cold, for there were no others to warm me of my self-contempt. I shall be as cold and alone as Pluto, perhaps they will remember me.

They moved on.

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