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  • It's that feeling you get when you look at that special person. Your insides do a special dance that makes you want to keep dancing all night long.

    You have to slightly bite you lip to keep yourself from kissing them for hours. A smile creeps up into your lips and your eyes make contact and speak the same language.

    It's that kiss that just feels so right, and you never ever want that kiss to go away.

    I can remember my first kiss with you. It was so innocent and yet so intense. It was our first time hanging out and we talked for hours and hours. It was past midnight and I knew you were not supposed to be there anymore because we were in my room and alone. But a part of me just did not want you to leave. We practically just met and yet apart of me felt like I knew you so well. Finally, the flirting started multiplying and we started talking about lips. How corny right? Before I new it, my guts let me lean in and stare at you in your eyes asking if your lips were warm. Probably the most cheesiest thing that could initiate our kiss, but I leaned in farther because my curiosity could no longer take it. It was like two puzzle pieces that finally found each other after being lost and now put together.

    Why is it that sometimes certain things just feel so very right? And after that even more puzzle pieces just seem to fit together, like a pro putting the puzzle together for you. You no longer think twice about anything and all you do is think about that special person. You feel comfortable. You feel happy. And most of all you feel safe.

    I believe that some people come into your life for a reason. So embrace every single minute.
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