I Might Fall In Love With Him

Alejandra Quiroz
Alejandra Quiroz

I needed to breathe slowly to stabilize my system, to look away to drive away this weird feeling, and to think of other thoughts for I am not liking those that are crossing my mind.

I am suddenly unaware of what happened, of what is happening. Since when did I ever get this uncomfortable feeling with him around? I can’t seem to remember it ever happened before, but today is different. My inner self seems to be rallying for a reason I can’t understand. I am in a chaos. What did he do to me?

For a moment, it scared me. It scared me how close he is, humming a few inches away from me. His presence… it was intoxicating. Then we needed to go on separate ways. And the rest of the day, I crave for him to be that near to me one more time. I need him close, so close.

His hums brought back so many collection of memories. But more than those, it gave me a feeling that is still unknown. I wanted to look at him in the eyes and find the answer in them, but I didn’t. I couldn’t for I am afraid that when I look at those eyes, I might just fall in love and there is no way to go the other way around. TC mark

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    Mainly on my blog, I’ve stuck to baking and beauty, but would love to start delving deeper into more serious topics like sexuality, coming out, breakups, ect. However I want to avoid the whole ‘agony aunt’ sound in my work. I just simply want to talk about my own experiences, and talk through how others can get through them too if theyre struggling. I kind of want it to sound like a chilled chat to a close friend, over a cup of tea and cake – so the message goes across but isnt forced, sound pushy or preachy. Do you have any advice on how to do this? Thank you ♡

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