Confabulate – Verb

“To fabricate imaginary experiences as compensation for loss of memory”

Everyday I’d look in the mirror and be proud of who I was.

Flying grades had made me dux, and popularity had crowned me captain;

My prettiness and sweetness drew everyone in, not a single soul could resist being my friend;

We had each others backs, my friends and I. We never fought, were never jealous, and always built each other up;

My boyfriend was faithful, chivalrous, and gentle. I was the only one for him, and he was the only one for me;

Of course, my home life was impeccable too. Model mother, financial father, and sensible siblings;

I had the perfect life.

But perhaps I just confabulate my adolescent years.

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