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Producing Some Tandom Rhoughts.

Ahh. Zis iz not a very good day friends. In the heat of the afternoon, I almost died from my own piercing drops of sweat due to zat damn big yellow-orange sphere up high in the pure blue sky. The temperature vaz not zat normally warm. Yez, it vaz warm enough so that you would want to take off your shirt to cool off, but at the same time, too hot zat your sweat will feel like asphalt burning right under your pores. Zis iz why I hate going out of the four walls of our house (or room. for that matter) unless there’s something important to do.

Zis iz one of those days when a sudden burst heavy rains. a thunderstorm perhaps, would be a really, really big blessing just to freshen up the ground.

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Retracing.

Summer’s about to be washed away by sudden thunderstorms and flashfloods in select areas of the metro. June is about to start making it’s way in students’ minds, and pockets, to give them the feel of spending half of their day staring at the clock waiting for dismissal time. Alarm clocks will soon be ticking endlessly once more, while the students and perhaps even workers who set these alarms state their unique excuses to themselves (those ‘five minutes’ that go on for hours) just to temporarily escape the fact that they should be opening their eyes to start the day. Hence, they end up arriving late for their first class. Admit it, you’re one of them.. Err.. You’re one of us.

Usual routines haunt us back, as we try to struggle through everyday life’s hustle and bustle come the hectic schedule of paperworks and other ‘important’ matters for them, at the least. We’ll get to see friends again, some people we missed, some not really. Books, uniforms, the usual pen-borrowers, paper parasites, teacher and student-crushes, stories of beaches and sloths (summer did not really say goodbye just yet), and the like. Ecstasy (not the drug) engulfs the air as the long wait for classmates to see each other again will soon be lifted come enrollment day.

I’ll be starting trying to get myself together again. This time, it will be a bit easier. Hopefully. Now it’s really time to say goodbye, summer. Lol.