Hello, Love
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Hello, Love

The Time I Met a Guy at the Bus Station

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He was sitting across the room from us. He was waiting for his next bus to take him to his destination as we waited for our bus to Lexington. I admired his square chiseled jawline as he stared intently into what looked like a small book. My friend corrected me and said it was his phone but I didn’t have my glasses on me so I couldn’t tell from far away from where we were sitting. I said he still looked intelligent.




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Rosa de Saron C.

Rosa de Saron C.

I’m just a writer with a story. I enjoy art, photography, psychology, and travel. You can follow my creative journey at thecreativejourney.substack.com

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