Stolen Hearts

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Dear Diary,

School was difficult today. Literally.

She seemed to be everywhere!

I can’t get her out of my head.

It began during the first period today. She chose to sat right next to me and was so freaking close, I could smell the subtle hint of her perfume (honeysuckle by the way).

But that’s not the point. I couldn’t concentrate at all for most of the hour. Nor could I keep my eyes off her. The way she scrunches her nose when she’s confused or how she doodles on the edge of her notebook pages.

In Math, she sat in front of me. And guess what! We got paired up for the quiz. God, she is so distracting (in every good way). While she is definitely smart, I’m pretty sure she thinks I’m not quite right in the head. It was her fault, I assure you. Why the heck does she have such an attractive mouth? I was helpless. Each time she recited the question from the paper, all I could think about was how badly I wanted to kiss her. But that is definitely not a good idea. After all, I haven’t kissed a girl before. What if I’m bad at it? She’ll probably laugh her head off at me.

But there’s something else. I’m not sure if this is just a part of my imagination, but I think I saw her staring at me too, a few times.

Or maybe, I’m just hallucinating.

The effect that she has on me, scares me, to be honest. Today she was dressed in a loose oversize tshirt and leggings. My fingers itched to loosen that tight bun of her hair that remains tied, far away from my reach. I love her hair. I don’t understand why she needs to tie it up.

We were in the midst of solving the last three questions of the quiz when she suddenly reached forward and touched my hand. And I realized that I had been staring.

I felt like a jerk. Ogling her like that. I had wanted to pull her close and bury my face in her hair. Would her hair smell the same? Like honeysuckle? Sometimes, when she passes by, I catch the scent of apples.

I really wish I could kiss her.

And have her kiss me back.

Now I’m officially insane and she doesn’t even know it.

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