Just a girl

25 Mar

She had music in her ears.
Her step was fast and firm. She obviously knew where she wanted to go.

Her clothes were sexy, but her skirt was not too short.
She wore a little eyeshadow, for the first time in her life.

Just a day before, she felt she could conquer the world. Now, she knew better.
But still, if not the world, she could win over part of it…

When she walked into the room, eyes turned. Not all of them, but some. The eyes of her friends. She greeted them with smiles and they told her that she had been missed.

She noticed someone at the other end of the room. But he could wait. She would talk to him, eventually. But not for now. Her friends were more important, she had missed them too. And she would be away for so much longer…
Talk about bad timing to fall in love. Not that that’s timeable at all.

She laughed and had fun. Unbelievable that just some months ago, she had totally forgotten to feel like this.
Good. Not more, not less. Just good about herself. Just a girl.

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One Response to “Just a girl”

  1. MatthV March 28, 2011 at 11:16 am #

    Nicely writing! For a moment, I thought I was reading a book.

    But anyway, glad to hear you’re doing well. Keep it up! 🙂

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