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It was a rainy day in august. The autumn had come early this year. He shudders his shoulders slightly and coursed the weather away! He was walking on fifth avenue New York. His favorite street, the best shops and coffee bars was located here. He had just board a new watch in the Rolex store, the watch was the last new, so he hat to buy it. He had also board the thing women’s true lover most, but en secret
He soar a red jacket, and begin to smile, it was the same as she had warned to lunch today he remembered. It was the third time he had joined together with this girl, it had gone very good as always. She was blond, had long legs and with hard blue eyes. She was not to thin or fat, but somewhere in between. They had met first time to a dining party. They had just looked one another. After the dinner, the men exude themselves and went into to the office behind closed doors. She had smiled the most beautiful smile with her white teeth and said: “call me” and then walk right down the stairways with her high heels and gone out in the night. The days after he could only think about that girl and rang her so they could meet. They had seen one another every day they had the time. Yesterday they just lay on the beach until the stars were up. He felt like to scream his happiness out, tell everybody how wonderful and who this amazing girl was, that make him so happy. His smile fainted because their relationship but not for long he knew. Soon it was history he thought, and looked up in the black sky.
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