Deceptive Bliss HTML version
By Jesus Evies
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The dusk was coming. But it appeared as if it had already arrived. The gray clouds
that covered the sky tarnished what had previously been a sunny day. The view of a
guard from the height of a ten-story building probed the large street and surroundings.
He was tall. And due to his challenging posture he resembled a top vigilant stature. His
sharp ears scooped up every honk and hustle. His eyes, keen like an eagle, looked for
any shifty move.
As a dutiful servant he’d been on that since hours ago. And his patience finally paid
off. He caught the figure of a young woman crossing the street. She was slender. Her
look resembled a traditional lady though a certain tone of modern style shone out of her.
An ivory one-piece dress featured her shape which it also matched perfectly her purple
elegant shoes. She was in a hurry and disappeared from his eyes when she got into a
park. Serene, the man kept his position and resumed his bleeper.
The woman followed through a path flanked by light posts. Sideways, benches also
nourished the way. At the last bench there was someone sitting. The long coat covered
The woman approached. “Frank! Is that you?”
His head was down. And his eyes were hidden by the shade of a white hat akin to one
of those mob gangsters’. His elbows were resting on each knee. And his hands were
together while his fingers wiggled unceasingly.