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Topic: Embarrassment (01/12/12)
TITLE: A Beginning's End
By Abel Blake
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So here it goes...
I met her in school last Monday.
I don't meet people that much.
I'm not called social as such.
Most people leave me in one day.
I don't know what they think;
It's not as if I stink.
She asked me a question. I nodded.
She smiled and she said something more.
She must've thought I'm a bore,
But she kept talking and prodded,
“What's with the blank face?
You look totally spaced!”
We talked through the rest of the class.
We laughed at things that we said.
We were asked to listen instead,
But preferred to draw notes to pass.
We were really connecting
Unless I'm projecting.
I walked to the John my mind cumbered,
By thoughts of her. There I saw,
Her washing her hands. Must withdraw!
But instead calmly asked for her number.
I could've just froze,
So stay on your toes!
*Author's note: the story is fictional
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