Sorry Mum, I'm a Lesbian

Harmony lives in a Catholic household in a Church of England society, and has never found it easy. But when she discovers she's a lesbian, she has to lead several different lives at once to cover up secrets that would make her friends and family ashamed. Her already complicated life starts getting harder to handle, so she asks herself: 'Would it hurt anyone to tell her sister?' She does, and that move gets her life spinning out of control. Can Harmony pull the right strings to untangle her knotted life?


9. The First Kiss

The night air was cool and refreshing, as it brushed past my cheek, I smiled at Cassidy as she waved me over to the swings. Cassie had suggested a walk around the park after school, so here we were. We chatted for a while about 'girl stuff'/ Lesbian stuff', like who we thought was cute and who we thought was a bitch.

After half an hour or so, we got off the swings and continued to walk around the massive football field. About a quarter of the way round Cassie turned to me and smiled before pushing me playfully. I pushed her back, forgetting my own strength - yet again - and sent her tumbling to the ground. I gasped and felt a pang of guilt. I expected her to cry, but, this is Cassie, she burst into peels of laughter. I laughed too for a while, then I extended my hand out to Cassie offering to help her up. Instead she pulled me down with her and we lay in the grass, laughing until we were so breathless we were forced to stop.

I turned onto my side so I could face Cassie. She mirrored me and I stared into her emerald green eyes. I smiled, and she brushed a strand of hair from my cheek. Slowly Cassie sat up and I frowned. I sat up as well and stared at her, wondering what she was going to do next.

The town clock struck nine times before either of us said anything. I looked at Cassie and she turned to face me. She leaned towards me and I found myself leaning towards her. Her hands planted themselves on my hips, and, suddenly her lips were on mine. Birds sang and bells rang, but they were only in my mind. Her lips were softer than I imagined. I didn't want her to stop, ever. Then she did exactly that, but for only a moment, and leaned closer so we were cheek to cheek.

Her breath tickled my ear as she whispered;"I think I am in love with you, Harry."

I smiled as wide as my face would let me, before whispering in reply; "That's good, Cassie, because I love you too."

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