Everything’s first on that fateful day. She was looking tired even though the day was just going halfway. She needed his presence, maybe some of his voice so she tried to text him, using a different mobile. Then someone called the phone, she immediately ignored the phone call. The number text, asking who was she and why was she texting his number. She answered and then she got another phone call.
The phone call confirmed that it was he, and he asked for her name. She said her name, and he asked if she’s the one that he knew with the same name, since he only knew a single person with that name of hers. She was flattered, thinking that she’s the only girl that he knew in his life with that name and dropped the phone call.
Then in just a matter of minutes, he came walking. He was far from her but their eyes managed to meet. He went to the other side, but she didn’t bother to walk right in there even though she’s dying to see him.
He walked out of there and once again their eyes met.
She walked in there with a friend, knowing her concerns, that friend told her that she should have walked in there when he was there. They went out to walk outside the campus and as they walk past through the court, she saw him there–unexpectedly– sitting with his friend. Their eyes met again but she didn’t want to talk because her heart might explode.
But what she’s been afraid of just happened– he yelled to call her name, and there’s nothing left to do but to talk to him after a long time of no communication at all.
He was wearing that cute cap that hid his freckled-toned-face. He was still cute in her eyes, knowing that he had a tiny red dot on his nose, she even joked about it, asking him if he’s inlove.
She greeted him with a bang– an action that he usually does. They high-fived – but it was a longer touch than of the usual high-fives. It was a lingering touch. They talked and laughed and joked like the other times. He promised her things, she promised him of some, too. It was a joyful reunion after a long time of misery for her, having no contact at all. It was just a lovely afternoon.
His eyes sparkled as the magic hour readied the sun to set pass upon his eyes. She was startled by that beauty, hoping that he’s also amazed of her look that she had for that day.
They parted with both of them with a smile on their faces, knowing that tomorrow would be more joyful for them. She’s happy after all.