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His Four Words

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His Four Words By: Pia Marie Lately, I've been thinking a lot about him. But am I being fair to myself? Doesn't really matter now. I already know the fact that guys like that could and would never date girls like me. We belong to different worlds. We might be of the same race but not of the same crowd, and to some people, that really matters. I noticed that in the world today, it doesn't really matter if two people like each other anymore when they are of different walks of life. Romeo and Juliet might be sweet, but in the real world, it dispersed into thin air. No, I'm not talking about the difference of the rich and the poor. I'm a teenager and boundaries begin with, as I've mentioned, the crowd you hang out with. You see, I'm not sure which crowd I belong to. I hang out with my 4 girlfriends and we dress in cute little outfits as we strut our stuff in the malls. Sometimes we go versatile and dress in different styles. Like any other normal teenage girls, we drool over tall, handsome, white guys that we see whenever we go out. Love is something we talk about all the time. But honestly, I've never really been in love. Up until I met him. Yes, him... No, there were no fireworks and I didn't hear Jim Brickman play a romantic tune in my mind when I first met him. No, it wasn't also love at first sight. We just met in this little house party hosted by my guy cousin which I wasn't supposed to attend. You see, there were two parties that night and I really wanted to go to the other one, but me and my friends had no ride for it was held in someplace kind of far. We had no choice so we decided to just go to my cousin's party instead. ...read more.

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But not on the cheeks, this time. That was when I started to reconsider believing in a Romeo and Juliet kind of thing. After that romantic kiss we shared, life could never be better. Or so I thought. But I couldn't tell my friends yet, I didn't know why, but there was something about it that I'm still pretty confused with. Probably because he never told me that he loved me or that we had a relationship. Yes, he does call me at home and we sometimes go out for a nightcap to eat pizza or ice cream then have a little kissing session. But never did he hint that we were official, and that was something important for me. Though I didn't want to be too pushy or anything so I just kept silent. So our, "thing" or whatever it's called went on for about two more months without anybody else knowing about it. It was hard for both of us, well actually, it was hard for me considering that I had to miss out on some female bonding with my friends. But for him, I had no idea. For we somehow made it a point not to talk about things that made us different from each other in order to prevent conflicts. But then my girlfriends started to notice, then without me knowing it, they had somewhat tried to spy on me by following me whenever I go out alone to meet "him". One day they confronted me and told me that they already knew what was happening. They were so hurt that I didn't even tell them considering the fact that they would have understood me. After that, I didn't see my friends, it was obvious that they didn't want to hang out with me anymore. That really hurts. But sadly, I was too pre-occupied with my "thing" with him that I didn't even try to do something to settle what had happened between me and my friends. ...read more.

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I tried to hold back the tears but then they just kept on rolling down my cheeks. He used his blue gangster bandana to wipe my tears and when I looked straight into his eyes, that was the first time that I believed it when people said that some guys do cry. He wasn't crying like a baby though. Thank goodness. But just like me, some tears had rolled down on his cheeks. It was as if he also felt the pain that I felt. The touch of his hand felt as if he was trying to tell me something with the absence of words. It was as if he had wanted to ask for a second chance. A second chance that I was willing to give him. Then there he goes with that 4 words again, this time, it wasn't, There's Something About You, but rather a question of, Will You Marry Me? There was no ring yet, but I couldn't think of a reason why I shouldn't marry him. As I've thought before, he was my soul mate. And I'm willing to spend the rest of my days with this hip-hop gangster guy or whatever title you'd call these kind of people. We're married for a year and a half now, and growing stronger than ever. Not only am I very happy with the outcome of my life, I'm also very happy with the things that I've realized. For I used to think that it was only in the movies where in opposites attract like the famous, Romeo and Juliet who belonged to different families who were in raged with each other. I also thought that girls like me could never be with guys like him, I was really wrong. I've also learned that there were words more powerful than, I Love You for it's really actions that matter most. Also that, second chances were worth given to those who deserve it. Lastly, I had underestimated a hip-hop gangster's capability of loving someone so true, I was again, really wrong... ...read more.

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