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THIS MAN
I just met this man...
A man that I thought will be like big bro to me...
A type of shy boy...
A quiet one... I can't even hear his voice in the crowd in our school...
My lips form in a little curve whenever I see him... i don't know why... it's just like that he make me smile by just letting me to see him everyday.. He is like brother to me but I didn't even imagine he will be MORE THAN that!
Got his number... texted him, chat with him all day night! :)
And that's the reason why we became close...
He doesn’t even know that at that time I already fall :))
And it is because I feel comfortable with him... i can be "me" when I’m with him...
I don't even imagine myself falling in love with someone at that time, oh well they said you fall in love in the most unexpected time... and that happened when i met this kind of man.
A man that I called... classmate...then friend...then...crush :) ...then my ONE AND ONLY BABY BOY, HONEY KO! :D
Too many things happened to us that made me laugh... CRY! Jealous!
My friends said stop... go and find other man... move on and leave him... but after i heard that i just smile and stay still with this man...
How stubborn I’ am to ignored my friends' advice... but i don't regret everything... because after all of this drama i still have this words in me that i will say anytime i want to this man and that is "ILOVEYOU”…...

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