Why can I never see the moon in Fiji?
One Fijian night, I sat on the grass and enjoyed the entertainment of nature (or rather, my self-entertainment).
It was an orchestra of sensations, featuring simultaneously the wind, the waves, and the star.
The wind played the free roamer, titillating my hair and sarong in a whimsical manner.
Reminds of me that lame baby game of “you see me, you see me not”. One second, it appears to lift up my sarong, the next second as I hold out my hand expecting its playful game, it disappears, whimsically.
The stars played the charming gypsy, seducing my brain and eyes to discover its obscure path.
Every time I spot a constellation, I’d let my neck rest and divert my attention to my laptop screen. As if jealous of my engagement elsewhere, the stars would always go hiding as I return my gaze to seek their embrace.
And the waves played a long lasting game of tips, chasing each other from that merging sky-ocean boundary.
As they arrived at the beach, their puffing breathing distracted my meticulous star-watching.
And as I let out a frustrated ppfttt, they obediently ended their game to silently go to bed between the fine pale sands.
The night was too sensational, I can only attempt to record and safe keep with words.
Sorry words, I have not the ability to reveal your true potentials.
And thank you words, to allow my undeserving employment.
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