Olivia's eyes burned with tears. She was in love, yet afraid. Perhaps it was their skin color; the demarcation line that separated them. Perhaps because she knew their families and society would not accept them. Perhaps her underlying fear was a true, emotionally involved relationship with him. But, they had forged a meeting point as friends; somehow, their lives had intersected. It was inevitable that they would be more than friends.—"True Season of Love," by Urenna Sander
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