Ele&Ela / He&She

Ela era da turma do melhor amigo dele. Ele era demasiado popular para saber quem era ela.

Ela, sem falar com ele, achava-o interessante. Ele continuava sem saber da existência dela.

Ela foi-lhe apresentada a ele através de uma amiga. Ele, como era de esperar, foi super simpático com ela.

Ela ia dançar para um espetáculo da escola com um grupo de amigos. Ele também e ficava atrás dela.

Ela começou a ir ver o teatro da escola. Ele era um dos atores participantes.

Ela saía com o grupo de teatro. Ele também.

Ela via-o como amigo. Ele começou a reparar nela, mas já era tarde.

Ela não sabia explicar o porquê, mas sentia algo diferente quando estava com ele. Ele gostava dela.

Ela foi cobarde. Ele ficou muito magoado e zangado com ela.

Ela não o viu durante meses. Ele não a queria ver à frente.

Ela saiu com uns amigos. Ele saiu com os amigos dele.

Ela viu-o. Ele viu-a.

Ela ficou sozinha a dançar. Ele apareceu e começou a dançar com ela.

Ela e Ele dançam juntos há 6 anos.

Fim

She was in his best friend’s class. He was too popular to know who she was.

She, without speaking to him, found him interesting. He was still unaware of her existence.

She was introduced to him through a friend. He, as expected, was super nice to her.

She was going to dance in a school show with a group of friends. He was too and stood behind her.

She started to see the school theatre. He was one of the actors in the play.

She was hanging out with the theatre’s group. He was too.

She saw him as a friend. He began to see her in a different way, but it was late.

She could not explain why, but she felt something different when she was with him. He liked her.

She was a coward. He was very hurt and angry with her.

She has not seen him for months. He did not want to see anymore.

She went out with some friends. He went out with his friends.

She saw him. He saw her.

She was alone, dancing. He appeared and began to dance with her.

She and He have been dancing together for 6 years.  

The End

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