MidReal Story

Forbidden Love: A Student's Secret Crush

Scenario: boy at school has a big crush on his female teacher
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boy at school has a big crush on his female teacher
I’m a junior in high school, and I’m in love with my teacher.
She’s the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen.
Her hair is blonde and curly, just like I like it, and her eyes are the prettiest blue.
She’s short, but her smile makes up for it.
And she has a great body.
I know because I can see it under her clothes.
I wish I could feel it, but that’s not an option.
I wish she could be mine, but that’s not an option either.
I think about her all the time, especially when I’m lying in bed at night and trying to go to sleep.
I imagine what it would be like to kiss her and touch her.
I imagine what it would be like to make her feel good.
And I imagine what it would be like to love her the way she deserves to be loved.
When I see her in the hallway or in class, my heart races.
When she talks to me, I get hard.
But I don’t look at her that way.
I don’t look at her at all.
Instead, I look down or away, and then I pretend I can see her anyway—her messy bun, her freckles, her red lips.
And once I get a good image of her in my mind, I can hold onto it for the rest of the day.
I can see her smile and smell her perfume and hear her soft voice.
I can watch her move and know every curve of her body even if she’s covered from head to toe.
And then I can listen to her talk and know how smart she is, how kind she is, how good she is at teaching me things I’ve never understood before.
Except today, no matter how hard I try, I can’t concentrate on Miss Parker.
I’m in English class, reading The Great Gatsby with a bunch of other kids who don’t want to be here any more than I do.
There are a lot of books about the “American dream.”
The Great Gatsby is just one of them.I don’t care about any of this stuff.
But I don’t want to talk to anyone either.
I don’t want to answer questions, and I don’t want them to ask me any either.
I don’t want them to notice me at all.
Because then they might notice the way I notice Miss Parker.
And then they might tell someone else or make fun of me or try to stop me from seeing her.
So instead, I sit quietly at my desk, staring down at the book in my hands and trying not to think about how much I want to touch her skin or kiss her lips.
How much I want to make love to her over and over until we’re both exhausted and happy and asleep in each other’s arms.
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“Hey, you,” Sarah says, poking me in the ribs.
I jump, startled out of my daydream about the girl of my dreams.
She’s grinning like an idiot.
Her curly brown hair is piled on top of her head, and her big brown eyes are dancing with mischief.
She’s short and curvy, and she’s been my best friend since second grade.
It was her idea for us to come here, and it was her idea to sign up for this class together.
She’s confident and outgoing and adventurous.
She doesn’t think twice about breaking any rule and doing whatever she wants.
But she’s not like me.
She doesn’t have a crush on our teacher, and she doesn’t spend her days daydreaming about the way Miss Parker would look naked in bed beside me.
“What did you do that for?”
I ask, glaring at her as I rub my side.
I can already feel the red mark forming under my skin.
“You’re checking out some girl’s legs, aren’t you?”
She winks at me.
“Are they hot?”
I shake my head, trying to focus on what we’re supposed to be doing instead of the girl in question.
But it’s not easy.
She’s wearing a mini-skirt that barely covers her ass.
I can see every inch of her tanned skin, and I can imagine the rest.
I can imagine what it would be like to run my hands over it and touch it and taste it.
I think about it all the time.
I think about girls all the time.
But I don’t want just any girl.
I want Miss Parker.
I have since the day I met her.
And I will until the day I die.
“Then why are you looking at them instead of the book?”
Sarah asks, grinning at me.
“Are you distracted today?”
I shrug, trying not to think about anything at all.
“I guess I just didn’t get enough sleep last night.” The truth is, I don’t get enough sleep any night.
Not when I’m busy thinking about Miss Parker and the things I want her to do with me and the things I want us to do together.
“You should sit beside me,” Sarah says, patting her desk.
“Then I could share my notes with you.That way, you wouldn’t miss anything important.”
“Maybe tomorrow,” I say weakly, knowing it’s a lie.
Sarah has been my closest friend since second grade, but I’m not sure she’s ever shared anything with me before.
Or anything I want anyway.
And when I look at her desk, I can see that it’s already full of junk and books and paper and pens.
There’s no room for me there, and there never will be.
I know that for sure.
So I smile at her and try not to think about how much I hate my life or how much I hate myself for being this way and wanting what I can never have.
And then I try not to think about how much I hate lying or how much I wish I could tell Sarah the truth or how much I wish she could understand.
“How’s that essay coming?”
she asks, turning back to her own desk and pretending we’re both doing work like we should be.
“I think it’s crap,” I mutter, staring down at the blank page in front of me.
“I don’t even know what she’s talking about.”
“It’s not that hard,” Sarah says, scribbling across a piece of paper and grinning at me.
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Teacher knows i love her and flirts relentlessly
I look up and try not to be annoyed by her obvious lie.
Sarah has never had any trouble with writing or English or anything else in school before, and I know she’s so much smarter than me she could be in all the advanced classes if she wanted.
If she tried a little harder.
But she doesn’t care about grades like I do or trying harder like I do or doing better like I do.
She just cares about having fun and being happy and making me laugh.
“Let me see what you have so far,” she says, reaching for my paper and smirking at me when she sees there’s nothing on it at all.
And then she frowns when she realizes I’m not lying either.
“Are you sure everything’s okay?”
she asks, looking worried again even though she has no reason to be this time.
“It’s just a stupid assignment.”
“It’s not that,” I say, trying not to sigh when I realize how hard it is for me to make her understand something that’s so important.
It’s like I can’t find the right words to put together in the right order or in the right way so she will get it or so she will even try.
“Then what is it?”
“It’s just…”
I start to say, but then I stop because I’m not sure what to say at all or how to say it the way I want to say it so she will finally know something about me that I have never told anyone before.
And she looks at me like she knows something is wrong with me again, but she doesn’t say anything either.
And then she grins at me because she knows she doesn’t have to wait long for an answer.
“You’re in love with her,” she says with a gleam in her eye, and I know she’s just joking again like she always is when she pretends to know things about me that aren’t true at all.
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