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A beautiful golden-haired woman strutted confidently down the green grass crossing onto the grey dull concrete. She was about to pass him by, but engaged eye contact.

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Death is only the beginning Do you ever feel like you're being watched as you walk down the street, because of your looks or how you appear to the eye or the prying public? Would you fear everyone's words as they linger in the air? He sat there on the frozen stiff bench. Holding his paper, he reached next to him and grasped his scolding hot coffee. He took a sip and his tongue burst into flames, as the coffee made its mark, "ouch damn coffee." Painfully he held his tongue. Looking like an idiot, he began to hit it continuously, trying to smooth the burn. A beautiful golden-haired woman strutted confidently down the green grass crossing onto the grey dull concrete. ...read more.

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Her elegant fingers purposely brushed his brown tanned hand. She gazed into his crystal eyes luring him in, like a siren to a lost sailor. His warm smile turned into a darkened frown. "I was on my way to grab some food. Do you want to tag along? Strictly due to my stomach rumbling." She laughed; it was adorable, but at the same time somewhat sinister and mysterious. The siren's call had struck his ship. Together they walked as the moon awoke from its deep sleep. "So where were you thinking of?" "Er, somewhere meaty and cheap. How about Mc Donald's?" "Sure", her grin turned into a smile. Her dimples appeared to stare at him. She mumbled under her breath, "gotcha". ...read more.

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"God why did you take off like that?" he asked trying to regain his breath. "Because it's a beautiful night." They both gazed at the aged moon, glowing in mid-air. Moonlight shone in his eyes making them gleam. "Can I have your number please?" his willing eyes shot to the ground. She looked painfully at her knuckles, feeding her palm with her elegant fingers. She began to take a deep breath. "It's a damn shame." "Pardon?" He looked round. Confused. And for the first time he couldn't catch sight of the gossiping public. There was no-one in reach. "It's a pity I think you are really nice, but after all, business is business". With a quick kiss it was all over. Her hands were covered. Fiddling with her black bag she dragged her heels along the ground "Same time next week then," her laugh growing deeper and darker and echoed into the darkness. ...read more.

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