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Arriving at the school you stated who,
to respond to your question; maybe now,
me and you, I did not know what to do.
Scared to be next to you; did not know how,
to spend a pleasant night on Halloween.
We walked along the sidewalk holding hands
Looking at one another, were seen,
together, bond stronger than rubber bands.
We sat closely next to one another,
I knew it was time and knew what you seek.
We sat together, but your small brother
saw us, so you snuck a kiss on my cheek.
You and your friend had to leave, so I did.
That night I was a man, but not a kid.