No Interruptions Anymore

1929 Words

Because the sun was about to set when we finally got on the train, there were fewer students now and more white-collar workers getting off from work. Thanks to that, we only needed to find a spot devoid of our schoolmates' presence. However, I couldn't find a free seat anymore. If we had taken the bus she normally took, most likely it wouldn't be this crowded. The passengers of those buses were mainly students after all. Either way, Nami wasn't really that concerned about the crowd. In fact, she's more than happy we kept our hands clasped together, making sure that we wouldn't be separated as well as staying as close as possible in a public space. In these adults' eyes, we're no doubt a high school couple enjoying our youth. "Are you fine? We should've taken the bus instead." I asked he

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