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Chapter 50

  • I wandered through the cornfields, still lost in my thought. The height of each corn was still on my shoulder level, so I could always look out ahead of me and appreciate the rolling greeneries below. I just followed the path winding down the hill until I reached a somewhat forest-like place. All I could see was the dense and huge trees, springing from the soil in congested rows. A wide plank hanging on a tree contained the words, "NO ENTRY".
  • I sat down on one of the boulders I saw at the side, taking in the refreshing sceneries around me. I lived in the city since birth, so I had never been in this kind of place. The gushing of fresh air, the drumming cicadas, and the chirping of the birds were like music in my ears. There were wild flowering plants all around, as well as tied goats, cows and carabaos along the way. I had decided then that if ever I would need peace of mind, I would come back to this beautiful haven.
  • I thought about my situation. Just a few minutes ago, auntie Dina told me that ever since Sean graduated from college, he was already looking for me. Maybe, I just got her wrong, and perhaps, she meant that Sean was already looking for someone to marry. It was not impossible since Sean grew up as a lonely child, having only her mother as a family. She was not even available for him all the time since their means of living took her time away.
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