Feelings Hidden Inside
I sneak a peek over my shoulder and instantly lock eyes with a breathtaking creature.
Not quite in comparison with the likes of a movie star, but that is just one of his many stellar attributes. His simple attractiveness never ceases to amaze me.
And I know that he feels it too.
That mask of calmness does not fool me. A quick intake of breath as my arm brushes his. And the agony of watching one another from across the way.
And I wonder if he knows that I feel it too.
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