They are friends, a beautiful girl and a good looking young man, university students. I guess they are bookworms because they usually have reading in library at anytime I see them.
One day afternoon, I accidentally overheard they were talking about books when I was looking for a book I wanted to read. They had a conversation at the other side of bookshelf.
Liberal? You want to know the true liberal, do you? Well, the CAT is true liberal, the real deal! The Cat gives its allegiance to no-one but itself. In the cat’s view, people are assets. We, its subjects, answer only to the cat.
He Looked at her and said,
“I’am going to kill you.”
“Why?” She asked, looking at him.
Our body begins to destroy itself from the moment it is born. We are fragile. We’re creatures of passage. All that is left of us are our action, the good or the evil we do to our fellow humans.
MARINA, a novel by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
They talked over a cup of coffee, sipping slowly. He looked out of the coffee shop through the window for a while and then looked at her. She sipped the hot coffee and talked to him.
“Life is sometimes complicated.” Khaitom, my cat told me. I was surprised by his words. I usually hear this phrase from the Hollywood movies. I never thought before that any cat has this idea.
The sky had no clouds and the sun was shining like a giant flashlight when I and my friend entered the coffee shop. I had a cup of Americano and he got one and we started having conversation.