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Submitted:Mar 1, 2014    Reads: 63    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

The flashing lights of the dance floor, the booming music from the DJ on the stage, the people dancing, the rush thru my blood as I entered the room in my skinny tight jeans and tank top. It was like ecstasy in the room and everyone seemed euphoric. My friend, Cleo, with her long blonde hair and blue eyes, dragged me out on the dance floor. We danced and it was like infinity. It never seemed to end, the feeling, the happiness. It's like falling in love. Not only do you fall in love with the music and the feelings in the air. It's everything about it. I turned around a bit as I danced. A red haired girl with green eyes danced beside me. She turned and looked at me. She smiled a little and danced while holding contact with me. She was beautiful. I didn't think much about it, but I was instantly drawn to her. After a while, she moved even closer to me and the music switched to a slower beat. She carefully laid a hand on my waist and my shoulder. I did the same as I held eye contact with her the entire time. Then she leaned in and whispered something in my ear, I could barely hear her, but then her lips locked with mine, so it didn't matter much to me.

She smiled as the song picked up and everyone started jumping, we did as well. She was holding my hand as we jumped to the beat and shouted. The DJ was really on fire tough I couldn't really see the stage because of the flashing lights. Feeling her hand in mine was a little slippery but it felt hot and really good in a way that I'd never care to admit to myself. Then when we couldn't dance anymore and I really had to get a drink, I leaned over to her. "Do you want a drink?" I asked. She smiled and bushed a strand of hair away from my face and nodded. I led her to the bar. It was half-crowded. I leaned over the counter to the bartender who was a buff-guy flashing his muscles. He had a bright smiled and dark brown short hair. "What shall it be?" he asked. I looked over at the girl. "She'll have a blue lagoon and I'll have a Red lotus," I said. He nodded and mixed drinks. I handed her the blue drink. She smiled a little. She was a bit insecure about me and it was showing a bit.

I paid our drinks and then walked with her to a bit more private place, and sat down in a booth. She sat down. "Thanks," she said. I shrugged. "So what's your name?" I asked. My pulse was pumping along with the music. She smiled. "Sarah," she answered. I smiled a little at her. "Well, Sarah, I'm Taylor and you're clearly a better dancer than me," I said. She smiled a bit embarrassed. "I'm not, you're really good," she said. I winked a little. "Not at all," I said and sipped my drink. I knew I was already drunk enough but I drank it all anyways.

We danced some more, but as time passed, she then led me out of the crowd again and then out the door out to the alley. She hesitated as she then pushed me against the wall and we kissed again. I smiled a little. She really wanted this. "So how do you want to do this, my place or yours?" I asked as I felt like the biggest cliché ever, but she bit her lip. "I live with my parents," she answered. I nodded. "Right, my place then," I said as I led her to a cab. She followed and hesitated a little by the door. I turned around and kissed her softly as I let my finger slid behind her neck as I held her firmly there. Her kisses tasted fantastic. She was a great kisser. It made a blazing fire inside my heart and between my legs. At one point I wasn't sure if I needed to go to the bathroom or if it was her. I pulled her with me into the cab as we were making out. "Where to?" the cab driver asked. I held my gaze on her as I answered him with my address.

I kissed her lightly as I opened the door to my apartment. We stumbled a little. I kicked of my shoes. I let go of her swiftly as I walked towards the kitchen. "So do you want anything to drink?" I asked. She was a little quiet as she was walking around carefully in my living room. "I've got beer, cider, wine, juice, milk, water, coffee, tea, well yeah?" I said. I looked over at her thru the portal in the wall. She blushed. "Anything is fine," she answered, as she looked a little worried. "Okay, well what do you do?" I asked, as I knew I had to keep her talking or she'd freak out. She frowned a little and leaned against the corner of the sofa. "I currently study," she answered. "Oh, so what are your dreams and hopes of the future?" I asked. She smiled a little and looked down at her feet. "Ah… everyone always asks that. I guess I haven't figured that out just yet," she said. I nodded and handed her a cider. She took it, looked at it, and smiled. I drank a little from my beer. "What do you do?" she asked. I shrugged. "I guess for the moment I'm working for this advertisement company," I said and leaned against the wall beside her.

She smiled and looked at me in a way that made my body tremble a little. She looks so scared in a way that almost hurts. I put down my beer, took her cider, and put it down as well. Then I laid a hand on her cheek and looked in to her eyes. I could see her searching for me, searching for whom I was, what I was going to do. I smiled weakly. "Are you frightened?" I asked softly. She blinked a little. "No," she said as her voice was trembling. I could feel her entire body react to my touch. She was scared. "You do know you don't have to do anything, we could just sit and talk for a while," I whispered, as I didn't want to startle her. She shook her head slightly. I leaned in and kissed her as I let my hands feel her contours while I moved her towards my bedroom.

I pushed her lightly and carefully on to the bed as I followed and kissed her lightly as I had my one knee beside her hip and then the other leg between her legs. I brushed away a strand of her hair. She was trembling even more and her breath was a bit uneven. "Have you done this before?" I asked curies as to why she was so scared. She nodded. "Once, well it wasn't…," she whispered. I frowned carefully as I let my hand slide from her cheek down her neck and to her collar bone as I then looked into her eyes. "It wasn't good?" I asked. She bit her lip. "It got weird," she answered. I frowned a little. "Okay, weird in what way?" I asked as I felt mildly worried. She sighed. "She… it turned out she wasn't that in to…," she said and looked a little worried but sad at the same time. "She broke your heart," I concluded. She bit her lip and I could see the remorse behind her eyes. "Yeah," she answered. I bit my lip and then kissed her some. I slowly removed her shirt and her skirt as the night then carried on.

In the morning, I woke up alone. I looked at the empty bed beside me. I sighed as I felt a little bad about it. I then noticed the little note with a number and her name on it. I couldn't help to smile a little. It'd been such a good night. I just felt so happy. I waited three days until I decided to text her. "Hey, you left the other night. I was just going to check up on you. Hope you're well," I sent it. It probably sounded idiotic. It took a short while before I got a reply. "I know I'm sorry, I wasn't sure if I should have woken you up or something. I'm fine. How about you?" she answered. I smiled a little as I sat in the middle of a green park in the sun by a fountain. "I'm good. I know I should have called, but I'm really bad at calling so I text," I said. I waited as she then wrote. "Yeah, I know what you mean," she answered. I bit my lip. "I was thinking that I do want to see you again," I sent. I looked at my hands as I really hate to put myself out there like this but I'm aware that she wouldn't. I'm not so sure if I actually want to see her again but I hate being a one night stand tough.

"Yeah, sure, time and place," she answered. "How about tomorrow, we could go for coffee or something around noon," I sent. "It's not really a good time for me since I have school," she answered. I bit my lip. "Dinner then maybe?" I sent. "Yeah okay, where did you have in mind?" she asked. I got up and walked around in a circle. "Perhaps at seven, my place," I sent. "Okay, I'll be there," she answered. "Great, see you then," I answered.

As I stood in the kitchen, I could hear my doorbell ring. I walked over and looked thru the small hole in the door. There she stood with her red hair, green eyes, thin face. She was even more beautiful than I remembered. She looked nerves. I opened the door and smiled a little. Somehow, she looked a little younger than I remembered. "Hi," I said. She smiled a little and blushed. "Hi," she answered. I opened the door so that she could walk in. Then I walked into the kitchen. "It's done in a minute. Do you want anything to drink?" I asked. She followed and looked a little scared in a way that rather made me feel bad. How can someone be so scared of me? "No, I'm fine," she answered. I looked over at her as I arranged the food on to the plates. I then carried them on to the dining table where I'd light candles. I pulled out her chair. I know it's cheesy but it would feel wrong if I didn't. She sat down. I then sat down on the other side.

"So what have you been doing?" I asked as I looked at her. She bit her lip and blushed. "School mostly," she said. I nodded a little. She didn't say much. "Okay, well how's that going?" I asked. She blushed. "Okay I guess. It's just a little dull," she answered. I nodded. "Yeah, I guess," I answered. The rest of the conversation did flow a little better, but I still felt that she was scared and that's something that's odd to me.

A little later, we were in my living room. I sat on the sofa as she walked around and looked at stuff. "What's this?" she asked as she pointed at a box. I smiled a little. "That's a secret," I answered a little playfully. She blushed but smiled a little. "Really?" she asked. I got up and walked over to her. I let one of my hands slid around her waist. "Yes it is," I answered her as I looked into her eyes. She blushed even more and looked down slightly and then up at me. I leaned in and kissed her lightly. She then blushed even more and we stood there kissing for a bit. I directed her towards the bedroom. Then she stopped up. "What time is it?" she asked. I frowned lightly and looked over at the clock on the wall. "It's ten thirty," I said as I felt a little weird about that. "Shit, I really have to go, I've got this… I have school tomorrow," she said. I sighed and looked down slightly. "Okay, it's fine. But you know I could just drop you off in the morning if you'd wanted," I said. She hesitated. "Are you sure… it's not all that…," she said. I nodded. "Yeah, I mean if that's what you want," I said. She bit her lip and nodded lightly. I pulled her closer and kissed her. We stood there for a while just kissing.

In bed, she was somewhat surer of herself than she was the last time, but it was still to the length where she was a bit embarrassed or something. "You're so beautiful," I whispered, as she lay naked under me. She blushed and shook her head slightly in disbelieve. I kissed her neck a bit. "I mean it," I whispered. As we continued I noticed that she was really quiet. I mean, even when she came, she was so quiet that I wasn't sure. I looked at her and kissed her lightly. "Are you okay?" I asked carefully. She nodded but looked still as scared. I bit my lip and gave it up and decided it was better to just let her sleep.

In the morning, we sat in the car. She was quiet and looked out the window. "Are you okay?" I asked her carefully. She looked over at me. "Yeah," she answered and then looked over at the window. "You're really quiet," I said then. She looked down at her hands and nodded. "I guess it's just that… I don't know," she said. I frowned a little. "Well what do you know?" I asked. She looked at me and frowned. "I don't know. I guess I just don't know what to say," she said. I sighed a little. "Okay, can I ask you something then?" I asked. She nodded but looked worried. "Are you even into…," I started. "I am, I just don't… it's complicated and I'm sorry if you felt that way," she said. I frowned. "No, no, it's not about that. I mean if you're not interested you should just have said something," I said calmly. She nodded a little. "It's just that I thought it would be a onetime thing," she whispered. I bit my lip. "Yeah okay, that's okay. I don't mind. I just thought I'd be polite when you left your number," I said. She frowned a little and sighed. "Okay, that sounded so much worse than I meant it. I like you, I do, but I'm not looking for anything serious right now," she said. I nodded. "That's fine," I said as I smiled kindly at her. She nodded and looked out the window.

The moment I parked outside her school I felt a little mortified as I realized it was a high school. "You're in high school," I said shortly. She bit her lip and nodded. "Yes," she answered. I thought she was in college or something. God, she's young. "How old are you really?" I asked. She blushed. "Seventeen," she answered. I felt a bit ashamed. I nodded. "Oh," I said as she opened the door and got out. "Thank you, for everything," she said and left. I felt a little embarrassed as I drove away from her.


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