There are so many reasons people grow apart, especially when it comes to high school crushes. It does not have to be "I was just experimenting".
Also, for those who said "I wish they had left a bit of hope", any tale of past loves which ends with reminiscing without explicit mention of the separation being indeed forever (past love now hating / dead / married to another person, etc) do, in fact, end with a bit of hope. The reminiscence MIGHT be what makes the reminiscing character to try to eventually, sometime, reunite.
You don't NEED to have listeed to The Moody Blues to understand, but it does help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmmPFrkuPq0 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjImFYf2Vzc (yes, those two songs ARE meant to play in order)
There were two people at different times that wanted to be close to me but I didn't let them. Now I'll always wonder what those relationships would have been like so even if there is parting I think letting yourself go through it all makes for a more meaningful experience than "what if". Also, Yuri Scan, what a gorgeous credits page!
First love really hits different when you went back to where it all happened and starts remembering the days. It is really depressing because not all first love gets to be your last love. The good (or bad?) part tho, they are always remembered throughout your life, erm, in my opinion atleast.
This short manga made me feel nostalgic, cause the thoughts of the black haired girl are somehow the same as my thoughts when I experienced the beginning and the end of that love.
Ugh, wistful stories about a first love are something I hate because its so relatable.
Even that milk tea part; I still eat dark chocolate because of the first person I loved, even though I never really liked how bitter it was. It's just associated with good memories.
Also the credits page has no business being that pretty.
I have a feeling this isn't the only song turned comic on Dynasty.
Perhaps a tag for such a thing is needed?
Technically Husky and Medley could be considered a song turned into a manga. Though the reality there is that both the manga and song are based on actual events. (And the song I mention can be found here. Incidentally, it's also a Vocaloid song.)