I've been writing poetry / quotes as we call them

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Hi, i'm new to the whole dating scene, so i'm not sure what to do next. I've liked a girl very much for quite a while. Before i asked her out, we went into town every weekend, but i was always nervous when i was around her. Recently I asked her out on a date, and she replied that she would have liked me to talk more, so then i explained my situation. It's true now that ive asked her out, i talk to her a lot more and about more personal things. Ever since, i havent been able to stop thinking of her, and i've been writing poetry / quotes as we call them. When she asked, i told her they were about her, and she was flattered, asking for more of them. When i explain to her how much she really means to me, again she is flattered, but when i brought up asking her out, she said she doesnt know and didnt want to be pressured. I apologized if i had made her feel that way, and here i am writing to you. Please help me because i have such strong feeling for her, i don't want them to get in the way and ruin it. What should i do now?

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Keep doing what you have been doing but don't ask her out for awhile.

This will give her more time for both of you to get to know each other better. The more she knows you, the more likely she is to go out with you.

You can always ask her to go somewhere or hangout as friends. She shouldn't mind that.

Good luck! George

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