Wan Phing Lim

Writer . Editor . Author

The Man at the Cinema

There was a man at the cinema. He was sitting in the back row. I walked to the front row so he could see me and get up and follow me. We went upstairs to the balcony seats. He said, girl it’s too bright here. The whole world can see us. I said we can’t go back to mine. My house is a slum. There are people living in the backyard. We went back to the back row. Three old ladies were sat in their seats. He said I could go in first. He sat down after me. I said to the old lady: “baking, poaching, peaching.” Then I woke up. But then I went back to the man. I turned to him, and gave him a big fat kiss. I woke up again.

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This entry was posted on May 17, 2014 by and tagged .

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