A Moonlit evening


She seemed curious with eyes lurking for happenings across the floor, while reading at people passing by.

Appearances are deceptive, aren’t they? Talk to her, perhaps.

Ignoring the intruder, Adam walked towards his seat and settled on his chair. Far from Adam’s workstation, she was located at an acute angle with a distance of a stone’s throw-away. Adam tried hard to conceal his interests on her but could not concentrate on his work. He thought of talking to her in a casual manner at her workplace but avoided due to possible attention from the people around that might seem awkward.

He was determined not to seek help of his colleagues. Rather, he opened his computer, logged into Facebook and looked for friends who could be mutual to both of them. With few navigation into one of his friend’s list, he finally found the profile of the mystery woman. He clicked on her profile and looked at her picture.

She is a beautiful girl.

Hours later, the notification bar illuminated with popup. As Adam clicked it, the text read, ‘Sarah Joseph accepted your friend request‘. 

That was quick.

He rose up and looked in the direction of her seat. She wasn’t seen. He thought to take a leisure walk and meet her but he didn’t dare to talk to her in person, avoiding unnecessary attention.

Why bother so much? It’s very normal to start a conversation. What makes you think so much?

Holding his breathe, he carefully placed his fingers, “Hey Sarah”, he typed in the chat window.

Suddenly, he felt as if he’s playing a tune of music in the piano, only to pronounce the mysterious name, strange but symphonious. Hallucinated, Adam smiled looking at her seat, as their eyes meet for the first time !

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