i came too early that day. i remember that the room was still empty. you could even hear a footstep from the highest seat.
i didn't have anything to do so i sat on our supposed to be seat. it was not very high. we were on the middle seat. i was comfortable in that position anyway.
people came one by one, with their couple, their mother, their whole family. yet i was there all alone waiting for a man that promised to come before the show start.
you were right though. when the lights go out i could see you walking towards me holding a bucket of popcorn. at that point, i was 100% sure that the movie will not be as creepy as it should be (we watched horror movie back then, even though we both were chickens who couldn't watch no horror stuffs)
the movie started, our selfes were half focused on the screen. the other is focused on our own mental. reminding it to not to go nuts when **** happens. we didn't talk much that time. we didn't even have the courage to eat the popcorn you bought.
sigh, this was the saddest part. you shouldn't have held my hand that tight. and i shouldn't have pulled your jacket so rough. wish we weren't watching horror movie so that wouldn't happened. i was indeed afraid of letting you go. but i did it anyway since i was a strong rebel, and end up regretting it now.
but anyway, thank you.
all that left now is emotion. painful feelings that cover my entire body every time i go to the theatre. it somehow attacks every inch of me, my senses are full of turbulances and trembeled affection.
hello again, and i'm sorry.
sorry for reminding you,
about how your hands,
felt like the world.
perhaps our love were only made for movie screen, and a piece of this pointless handwriting.
your ex-almost lover.
never hold a hand so tight, it would left you a feeling of a little spark of a universe feel like.