Broken Innocence - Letter 5 - KenyaFlame, It was great. I'm really glad that you like me. Um, do you want company? I can come with you. I'm sure my parents wouldn't even notice that I'm missing. I really hope the implant works. Will it be genetically your brother's child, or are they having trouble even creating the sperm and egg to have a child? - Again, you don't have to answer. I'm sorry I'm prying again. I don't mean to be this curious. Oh boy, I'm probably coming on too strong. I've never had a crush before. I really hope that you're patient with me. I'm hoping that I can get all of this straitened out in my head soon. I just feel so confused. I thought I had everything right in my mind and then we hung out. I just can't get you off my mind. I'm really sorry. I just don't know how to act around you. I, um, I passed the test I told you I took yesterday. I even got all of the extra credit.
Broken Innocence - Letter 4 - KenyaFlame, I can't wait, I'll meet you in the computer lab! ~Kenya
Broken Innocence - Letter 3 - KenyaDear Flame, Wow, you really are a lot older than me. I'm - wow maybe this is a bad idea, I really don't want to get you in trouble because I'm interested in you. Like I said though, I think I do have a crush on you, you're so sweet and caring. Five year's age difference. At least you're the younger brother, it's really difficult for the older children to deal with that kind of age difference. I hope you were nice to your brother, I know my younger sisters a total brats to me. I don't know if Alisa told you or not, but we're a family of seven. Alisa and I are the oldest, then there's a five year gap, and then five siblings. There are the triplets who are turning seven, then the other younger sister is nine. My parents tried to teach me that you had to marry someone to have children first. They're trying to set me up with an Asian girl in my class. I've heard marriage discussed with her parents a few times, but we both have other interests.
Broken Innocence - Letter 2 - KenyaDear Flame, Wow, a surrogate, that's honorable. I'm really glad that you came to the party, we should hang out sometime. We have to be careful of my sister though. I don't know how she'll feel about us hanging out together. She has a crush on you too. I know Alisa is going to be really mad at me for telling, but I just don't want to have to compete with her for your attention when we hang out. I'm only two years younger, well three until next month. You're seventeen right? I'm going to be fifteen in exactly 27 days. I must sound like the dork now, only having my first kiss because I walked into the room when you were playing spin the bottle. I still can't believe it landed between those two girls and pointed right at me. How old is your brother? I'm also a little confused as to why they're just dating. Don't they want to be married before they have children? I'm sorry if I'm imposing, you really don't have to answer my questions.
Broken Innocence - Letter 1 - KenyaDear Flame, I don't know if you remember me from the party last night, but I was the boy you kissed. I know it must've been awkward for you since I'm so much younger. I was only there because my sister was the one throwing the party. I'm taking a big leap of faith here by writing this letter to you since I know you could completely ruin my life by posting this letter up around school. Um, well, I guess I should let you know that I got your locker number from my sister, she said her locker is right next to yours. (I don't want you to freak out and think I'm stalking you, really, I don't want to upset you at all.) I just wanted to talk to you about the kiss we shared last night. It left me questioning. Your kiss was my first, and it seemed so passionate. I don't know how I'm supposed to feel now because we're both boys, and I've never felt like this before about anyone. Part of me wonders if this feeling is going to go away, or if it's goin
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