The concept of popularity never appealed to me - and I'm not talking about the "popular because you have numerous friends" but "popular because you're so indulged in climbing the social ladder" "popular because you fake it to make it in people's good books." Even if I'm friendly with a lot people, I draw boundaries. I practice exclusiveness within a small circle of friends too - somethings that I will only share with one person. And this isn't solely because I go to great lengths to protect my anonymity, to protect my vulnerability. But because it's what makes the bond unique. I'm a different person with every person I meet, it made me wonder who i really was. But I've stopped wondering now, and I've started embracing the new me I discover within me. There's so much to explore within yourself, to learn about yourself and I wouldn't want to lose all this with the buzz that comes with being a popular person. I'd rather go back home and write down our conversations, cherish the memories we made, than talk to several people at one time on texts.
But when it's time to let go, I'll bury the person I was with you - the bond never forgotten, the face never just a person I once knew.