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Honey...
by Leo
I remember when we first met at the classroom.
The students were saying that we needed to change courses cause we didn't know how it was going to be and it would be better for us to go to the other place.
When you came to our classroom and gave us that wonderful class, l knew l wouldn't need to change anything.
After the end of every class, l would feel more and more admired. l didn't know why... but l just felt that you would be a different teacher. Now l know why l felt that way.
Time passed and we started to know each other a little more. We went to a dinner at the end of our first semester together. Great dinner.
After that, we spent a "long" time without news of each other. Almost a month.
l traveled and so did you but l knew we still had a lot of things to find out about ourselves.
Our second semester together started. Classrooms, Labs, Sushi and Internet made us become closer. In every class, every conversation, every word said, l can feel progression in our eternal fight to know everything about each other. Sometimes we feel that we can even read the others mind.
It’s funny and very pleasant to know a person who looks like you, thinks like you and have the same tastes for food, movies and music.
I wished we could have more time together but l know it’s hard. The important thing is to make it worth when we are together.

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