A Love Letter by Lucy It happened in high school. They were in the same class. For one and a half years she had been had a huge crush on that boy. The first time he came to her sight, thin, middle-height, and healthy, with a dark clean angular face, short black hair. He wore a red T-shirt and a pair of grey glasses. He gave her an amiable feeling just like her elder cousin. She had a feeling for him at that first sight. In her eye he shinned like a diamond. As long as he stayed around she could feel the gleam of him. The moment he left the gleam disappeared. In her mind, he had all the character that she desired. She loved his straightforward, modest, and kind manner. He had been regarded as her god. Every time he appeared she became shy and nervous and dared not to speak. As a result, they never talked with each other for one and a half years. Then came a day, she earnestly wanted to profess her feeling to him. So she and her best girl friend began to plan. Five minutes later they decided to write a love letter. They reached an agreement in such rapidness because they both had admired that boy for a long time. They passionately planed, drafted, and finished the letter in 45 minutes, and signatured her name only because of her naivety and her friend's cunning. Her girl friend covered the letter with beautiful paper and pretty envelope. She closed the envelope with colorful heart-shaped tape. Satisfied with their letter, they sent it out immediately. At noon the boy got the letter. In the letter she expressed how much he meant to her and how much she wished to be one of his friends. Then in the afternoon, each of her classmates knew what had happened. Each of the boys had read the letter several times. When the first class was over, she became totally famous because she was the first girl who pursue a boy first in her class. Three days later, she got his reply. He said she was a nice girl and it was his first time to receive a love letter and he didn't know how to answer her. He apologized for his delay and said sorry for rejection. She still felt happy for she wanted nothing but to let the boy know her feeling. Four and a half years later, they were still not friends. But the boy always lived in the girl's heart. He once said if they were in the same university, they would be best friends. She would remember that forever.