‘Coffee at Midnight’ By Jeanette Goldman

“Sarah, this has been great. I wouldn’t mind spending more time with you,” I smiled gently. I could see the light begin to fade from her eyes, replaced by the fear of disappointment. “There’s just one thing keeping me from saying yes. I will never be able to love you or care for you like you deserve. Someone else already has my heart,” I smirked as a single tear dropped down her face. The cool air nipped at my skin just like my rejection bit at her heart.

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