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An Innocent Kiss
He was my friend.
We were out, a public place of some sort. Lots of people. A club? The lights were flashing...I don't know where we were.
We were there with a group of people, my other friends.
I was having a great time. I laughed, I danced.
He sat at the table. Any time I looked over at him, and he saw me, he smiled. Otherwise he just sat there.
Oddly enough, he was the one to invite me.
Deciding that I felt bad that he wasn't participating, I decided I'd try to get him out there, to dance with me.
He smiled sweetly at me, a smile that turned my insides to butter. Gently, he declined my offer.
Some of my excited happiness of the night felt.... suddenly drained at his declination.
I spent some more time with my friends, but all the while longed to be with him. Finally, when everyone else was occupied, I made my way over to the taable where he still sat.
I seated myself beside him, talked to him. Told him I was having a great time, and thanks for inviting me. He smiled at me, said he w
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Euterpe-I Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2010
thanks for the watch <3
tonyutter Featured By Owner May 22, 2009
hey there. thanks so much for the fav!
Lintu47 Featured By Owner May 20, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you for the fave ♥
st3ramone Featured By Owner May 20, 2009  Professional Interface Designer
thanks for the watch :)
muhan87 Featured By Owner May 19, 2009
thanx so much for watchh!!!
OneItalianFlower Featured By Owner May 19, 2009
Thank you for the favorites. :)
DarkismKitty Featured By Owner May 18, 2009
thanks for watching me! :D :hug: lovely photos by the way :nod:
steph2013 Featured By Owner May 18, 2009
hi^^ i'm one of rejektedangel's friends, and she told me that you originally had thought about majoring in journalism. i was just wondering if you had gone to any of the classes, and, if you had, what were they like? because, you see, i want to be a journalist or writer when i get into college =D
OneItalianFlower Featured By Owner May 18, 2009
Hi! ^^ I did major in Journalism, and probably would have stayed in it had circumstantial things not come up. I only had one journalism class, but it was VERY interesting. It was all about the journalistic world, the mega-corporations, the introduction of the internet, that kind of thing. The awesomeness of a class is dependent mostly on the professor however, at least in my experience. From what I understand, the journalism world is shaky at the moment; no one has figured out how to turn a profit online, but the news sources have no choice but to post their work there. And no, contrary to popular belief, ads do not support everything. Print journalism should be expected to almost completely disappear in the next few years, since no one reads print anymore. It's a world of uncertainty, but in a good way. It means new kids coming into it get to be there as the world is changing--you know, you get to be that old geezer that can say, "I worked there from day one--literally."
steph2013 Featured By Owner May 18, 2009
wow...that's a lot to digest, but i see where you're coming from with the internet idea. i always thought that it mattered greatly who the teacher was and how they taught. even in middle school, the teachers can be a drag. so i'm concluding from what you said about the print journalism is that in the next couple of years, journalists won't be like they were in the olden days, where they actually went out and talked to people about the story, but that now journalists will be getting all their information from the internet and online interviews. is that right? ha ha. that'll be interesting to say that to my grandchildren someday. i'll feel like a hero =D
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