Teens Love Romantism (Part Seven)

adolescense love

“You startled me, Mit!.”

“What if I become a nun?.”

To me it was so impossible. Ira joined the Islamic Religion class that Pak Abduh to us altogether. It means that she’s as Muslim as me. I couldn’t imagine if she ever really became a nun.

I once read in a magazine, that if a woman said “no” to a man, then what she really means was “it’s possible”. If a woman said “maybe” to a man, then what she really means was “yes”. And finally, if she said “yes”, then it was so certain that the woman was no longer a virgin as well.

After that question, or my frank statement, the reality was that we were getting closer to each other. We talked more often. What a romantic and beautiful adolescence.

It was Friday, we were in sports lessons. We played basketball under Pak Nardi’s guidance. He was a silver medalist on PON or National Sports Party in Wrestling Sport. As a boy who was less prominent in sports lessons, my friends and I were similarly less prominent were collected and competed in a game against a girl group.

We played with fun. The points by points ran after each group. I was excited to play because I played against Ira in that game. I loved to watch her run, devastated, and crawled the ball. A white pearl bead necklace adorned her long neck. Yes, it turned out that she was the most attractive girl in my class.

I fought the ball against Ira and lost. Ira grabbed the ball in my hand and poked her shoulder with my chest. I fell backward and smiled at her. Ira threw the ball to Irvin who immediately ran a harsh ball down the sidelines. Jujuk shouted at Irvin asking for the ball to be covered. Irvin was being detained by Ervan and Andri Susilo.

Ira watched me as I stumbled back and said,

“Come on Mimit, we now face facing against.”

Then she ran after Irvin and Jujuk to attack our stronghold. That’s when I knew that my love has been touched. The love of adolescence was truly very beautiful.

Author: Fermy

My name is Fermy Nurhidayat. I live in Indonesia. Now I work as an author and blogger as well. My second novel, GENGGAMLAH TANGANKU (Hold My Hand) had won the third place at AA Navis Award in 2016. That event was held by Deakin University, Melbourne, and Padang State University in Indonesia. I think it was my best achievement till now as an author.

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