A seven year old relationship. A year of long distance. A relationship no more. That explains most of the relationships we know of today. It all kicks off with over-whelming love. Gifts are exchanged, kisses are stolen, white lies to parents abound. A few years later the bond grows stronger and sometimes the knot is tied. But then when distance creeps in... so creeps in loyalty and trust. I lost someone very close just on the context of trust. Maybe I was a fool. Maybe I did trust more. But the context remained the same. We did not trust each other anymore.