Coke Float & Fries

August 13, 2015 (1 year ago)
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Coke Float & Fries

2: 14 AM

The ice is starting to melt, colliding with the dark brown syrup of the coke float I ordered fifteen minutes ago. I am sitting alone at a table in a nearby 24-hour Mcdonald’s. There is a couple on the other table, based on their looks I bet they came from a party. They are drunk; the girl is slurring her words while the boy is gulping his Coke trying to look interested to what the girl is saying. 

2:28 AM

I pick a piece of the rigid fries and dip it to my remaining float. The first time you saw me did that you laugh and pointed out that I am weird. But I’m not the only people who are doing the same thing. “Nakakatuwa ka” that was your exact words.

 2:36 AM                     

I pick up my phone and check for new messages. There is none.  Instead I browse my photo gallery. I saw our picture together. You’re not looking at the camera not because you’re shy but you just want to annoy me. You’re wearing your favorite shirt, the one with the strange image on it. It’s abstract you said. I know you’re trying to be funny at that time but I didn’t reward you with a laugh or even a slightest smile. You teased me that I didn’t get your joke. Yes you’re right, until now I am still trying to figure it out.  

2:45 AM

A group of boisterous boys came. I decided to leave. The sleepy security guard thanked me and remarked “Solo ulit Sir”? I smiled as my reply. We are already familiar with each other because I frequented that place; because you and I are regulars of that particular Mcdo branch.

2:49 AM

It is cold outside. I miss your presence while we are walking along the empty Quezon Avenue. We don’t talk, we just smiled to each other; sometimes you make faces which never failed to make laugh. You know that I don’t ride a tricycle at the wee hours of the morning that’s why you walk me home.

2:54 AM

I crossed the street. I know you’re not coming. It’s been a year. But I am still longing for our early morning rendezvous, staring at each other, sharing coke float & fries. Till we meet again. Coke Float & Fries

2: 14 AM

The ice is starting to melt, colliding with the dark brown syrup of the coke float I ordered fifteen minutes ago. I am sitting alone at a table in a nearby 24-hour Mcdonald’s. There is a couple on the other table, based on their looks I bet they came from a party. They are drunk; the girl is slurring her words while the boy is gulping his Coke trying to look interested to what the girl is saying. 

2:28 AM

I pick a piece of the rigid fries and dip it to my remaining float. The first time you saw me did that you laugh and pointed out that I am weird. But I’m not the only people who are doing the same thing. “Nakakatuwa ka” that was your exact words.

2:36 AM                     

I pick up my phone and check for new messages. There is none.  Instead I browse my photo gallery. I saw our picture together. You’re not looking at the camera not because you’re shy but you just want to annoy me. You’re wearing your favorite shirt, the one with the strange image on it. It’s abstract you said. I know you’re trying to be funny at that time but I didn’t reward you with a laugh or even a slightest smile. You teased me that I didn’t get your joke. Yes you’re right, until now I am still trying to figure it out.  

2:45 AM

A group of boisterous boys came. I decided to leave. The sleepy security guard thanked me and remarked “Solo ulit Ma'am”? I smiled as my reply. We are already familiar with each other because I frequented that place; because you and I are regulars of that particular Mcdo branch.

2:49 AM

It is cold outside. I miss your presence while we are walking along the empty Quezon... Read More

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