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Just a thought...

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~I like to do at least one thing that scares me every day

~She/Her

~The only straight I am is straight up weird

~I don't write as well as everyone else on here, but I try.

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I hope this is okay. I haven't seriously written for a while. I started this today and couldn't stop.

sketches in math class

February 11, 2019

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He watches as she stares off into space.
Every so often, her lips turn upward into a smile.
He wonders what she's off dreaming of.
Tenderly, he sketches her detailed features onto his unfinished homework.
Drawing the lines on her hands, showing all her thoughts and emotions.
He draws the way the nape of her neck carefully curves, the way their hands fit together perfectly, how right it is when their lips press together.
The equations are no match for her obvious beauty captured on this page.
It's beautiful.
She's beautiful.
Knowing that she's in the same place, he passes it to her. 

She pretends to take notes while imagining them together. 
Their lips gently brushing together as they can't help but smile. 
All of their time spent together is wrong but they don't think about it when they're together.
She spends every second so occupied on how perfect everything feels.
"I hope this never ends" she scribbles across the page, a smile flickering on her face. 
The paper gets to her and she looks at it. 
She gets the sinking feeling again but smiles. 
He's so sweet. 
But she doesn't feel the same way. 
She tears off the piece of paper where she wrote her previous feelings and passes it back. 

He smiles at her, so proud of their relationship. 

Why can't she feel the same?

Why isn't she normal?

But everything is alright again when she looks to the front of the class. 
She can't help but smile at the goddess possibly taking notes. 
Everything is alright. 
He needs to know the truth. 
But for now, she'll keep her eyes on the board where they belong. 
And her head in the clouds.
Something I started today...

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