Tears fell from a young boy's eyes as he took the paper and stuck it into the girl, his girl's, hand. But she wasn't his girl. He had been wrong. She stared at him in shock after he kissed her on the cheek. He walked off in silence after that.

Numbly she had opened the neatly folded note. There was something sad about it. Maybe it was just that HE had come up crying. Or that he kissed her cheek without any explanation. She ran her eyes down the white sheet of notebook paper noting places that the ink had run from tears mixing with it.

She read the note and bit her tongue to keep from crying. Why was he saying these things? She ran down the hall, searching for him, the note crunched in her hand. Then she saw him, as she rounded a corner. He sat on the floor leaning against the lockers, head in hands, shoulders heaving.

"Don't go," she whispered. He heard it and looked up at her. Knowing nothing else to do he stood up. Tears built in her eye. "Do you really believe this?" She held up the note. And he didn't answer. "Did you really want me to be happy?" This time he nodded.

She slowly approached him. She hugged him tightly, allowing her tears to fall on his shoulder. He hugged her back. "Don't give up on me," she said.

"What?" He asked. Give up on her?

"Don't give me up," she whispered. He paused, unsure what to say or do. "I don't want you to leave. Because that's the way you made it sound." She kissed his cheek. "Daisuke?"

"I love you, Hikari," he muttered. "Can you forgive me?"

A smile broke out on her face. Instead of answering she kissed him on the lips. "I love you too."

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