Beach

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is just a short romance story about a boy that sees a girl walking alone on a beach and falls in love with her on sight.

Submitted: April 16, 2013

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As I'm walking across the rocks next to the beach of my home town, I nearly slip and fall. But my hands, now scratched up, grab some rocks that are steadily in the ground. I should have known not to wear my old shoes that were very worn, but I wanted to wait to wear my new ones to school to impress the guys. They were pretty expensive, almost twenty dollars! I get up, brushing the dirt off my shirt and jeans, and look up only to see the most beautiful girl, walking on the beach. I can't help but stare, for her smooth and curly brown hair flowing in the warm breeze and her shiny blue eyes sparkling is too much to take in for just a glance. I suddenly look down as she turns my way. I get a little embarrassed, and when I look up again, she's looking straight at me, with a small smile. She's smiling at me! Does that mean she likes me, too? Only way to find out is to go say hi to her. But I have never talked to a girl I like, especialy not one as gorgeous as her. Time to take a risk. I carefully climb down from the rocks and approach her on the beach. She's wearing a cute blue tank top and jean shorts with sneakers that look brand new. I say shyly, "Uh, hi. What's your name?" She answers with a blush and a look at the sandy ground, "Reagen, I'm new in town. You?" I answer friendily, "My name's Austin, I've been living here for a couple years. I could show you around town if you want." I don't know how, but that last sentance came out of my mouth before my brain. Luckily she says, "Sure, I'd love that. Do you have a car or something?" I say, suddenly embarrassed, "Just an old bike. I don't have a license yet, and I can't afford a car right now, anyway." She smiles at me and says, "Great. I've always thought that old bikes are better than shiny, new cars." I chuckle and look up at her. She adds, "But seriously, bikes are a lot more fun than cars in my opinion. How about you show me around town tomorrow, say 5:00? We can meet back up here." I hesitate and finally say, "Yeah sure, that'd be great." "Okay," she says, "Well, I've got to go, my parents expect me to be back by now. It was nice meeting you, Austin. Bye!" She runs off toward wherever her house is. Silently, I whisper-scream "Yes!" I run back home, happier than I've ever been before.


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