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I like being on my own.
I love being on my own.
I don't need anyone.
I don't want anyone.
I want someone....
Second Chance-Chapter sixSecond Chance: Chapter 6
He slumped a bit, staring out and passed the square that littered the other side of the street. He tried to figure out what way he wanted to go but he wasn't sure which way he felt like going. He looked up the street and shrugged.
"Maybe I'll go get a book " He murmured, he always loved 'The world's biggest book store' it was so large and had almost anything he could want and he was a nerd at times. He loved books weather they were in English or German. They opened up a whole new fantasy world for him. A world without the pain of love, like the one he lived in.
He crossed the street, sparing a quick glance at one of the stores littered on the side. He huffed, valentines. He fucking hated that holiday. "Stupid...pointless holiday" He muttered to himself. It just made him more depressed.
"Stupid Klaus..." He growled. "Stupid loneliness ." He whispered. "I hate this city ." He bit his lip, he felt his walls breaking again. His heart felt like it was
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