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I stood there gazing at my reflection in the mirror anxiously awaiting his arrival Everything had to be perfect I had spent weeks preparing for tonight This was the night that Gary and I decided to reveal our true feelings for one another We had kept our homosexuality a secret from everyone and decided that the Senior Prom would be the best time to come out of the closet The sound of the doorbell caused my forehead to bead with sweat I opened the door Gary stood there wearing a sexy black tuxedo that made his already broad shoulders look even stronger He pulled his hand from behind his back and presented me with the most beautiful white orchid I had ever seen As he said You look absolutely stunning my dear he gently pinned it to my lapel I felt my heart race as he leaned forward and kissed my cheek He led me by the hand to the black stretch limousine that he rented for this special occasion and I noticed that his eyes lingered languidly over the matching black tuxedo that I was wearing I knew the evening would be perfect After an enchanting candlelight dinner at Geoffs our favorite Italian restaurant we headed for the prom Sensing my anxiety he gently brought my hand to his chest and softly whispered reassuring words in my ear Our moment alone together went by all too quickly and before we knew it the limousine pulled up to the door of the American Tower I gazed skyward and saw the bright lights of the University Club where prom was taking place located on the top floor We simultaneously took a deep breath and walked through the revolving glass doors into the elegant lobby Once inside we briskly walked to the glass elevator By the time we stepped onto the elevator my stomach was turning flips My
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