Your love was peerless, deathless, matchless -- at least in your mind. You felt utterly enthralled by your sexy sweetie, and likely got attached very quickly due to feeling an overwhelming physical attraction. Your lover was definitely your type, and you cherished what time was given to you.
Notice the syntax: the time given to you. Not the time you spent together, because in this rather fraught and unequal relationship, you wanted far more than did your partner. You ignored subtle signals, and finally it hit home. You noticed that you picked up the phone to call, and they never did; you wanted to hang on when they wanted to spend some alone time. Essentially, you were a mismatch but this did not have to spell death for your connection. If you had decided you wanted to make this work, you would have needed to compromise. Discuss what you each wanted from each other. Was there a way to meet in the middle? If you wanted your lover bad enough, you needed to find that middle ground. You would have gotten less than you wanted, perhaps, but you wouldn't have lost everything -- and with the lusty connection you had, that was a lot.