After an arduous day, we agreed to have a simple dinner at the food court of a nearby SM mall, had coffee after, and went home together, and to cap the night off, we swam in the small swimming pool on the roof deck of the condominium overlooking the neurotic traffic of EDSA, overhearing the diaphanous, and surprisingly musical, noise emanating from the infamous avenue.

We waited for the lunar eclipse but eventually gave up because it meant hypothermia for us both.

Happiness thrives in the simple, the unassuming, the unadorned. We slept together, unworried about tomorrow because what we had at that moment could never be more precious, more urgent.


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