She Sat Alone And Intent, So I Walked Over Nonchalantly Asking If I Could Sit Down Next To Her, She Just Gave Me A Gay Smile. Our Conversation Started Off Easy And Free, But I Could Tell That There Was Something Missing. I Then Asked Her If Something Was Wrong Without Thinking, She Exclaim And Said That It Was None Of My Business. I Lowered My Tone And Told Her That I Am And Always Will Be Intrigued And Sympathetic Towards Her Emotions
I Could Tell That She Was Incapable Of Trusting Anyone, And That Made Me Even More Warm And Curious. I Noticed That Her Eyes Were Brighter Then Usual, And Out Of Experience I Knew What Was About To Happen, So I Prepared Myself Emotionally. She Finally Had The Courage To Cry, And Without Any Hesitation I Gave Her My Shoulder And She Cried Like Never Before, At That Moment I Felt Pleased Only Because She Let Me In, When So Many People Were Shut Out. I Then Cracked A Joke With The Intention Of Seeing That Beautiful Smile Of Hers. There Was A Long Pause, No One Did Speak, And Could Tell She Had A Lot On Her Mind.
She Finally Felt Comfortable With Me And I Encouraged Her To Talk To Me, \"Maybe I Can Help\" Was The Approach I Used. She Then Calmly Placed Her Hand On My Leg, Looked Me Into My Eyes And Told Me \"It's Okay\", She Then Gave Me A Colossal Hug, Stood Up And Walked Away Like Nothing Happened. I Sat There Dissatisfied And Enraged With Myself, Disgusted By What This World Has Done To Such A Kind, Serene, Passionate Human Being.
Part 2 Coming Soon.
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