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A White Occurrence

Kiko paced up and down, jiggling his mouth. His very good friend, Mary Sue Swagger, had arranged to meet him here at the parking lot. "I have something wicked to tell you," she had said.

Mary Sue Swagger was late, which was very unlike her. Any moment now, Kiko expected to see her bounce up, her nonchalant hair streaming behind her and her arrogant eyes aglow.

Kiko heard footsteps, but they seemed rather nonplussed for a delicate and miscreant girl like Mary Sue Swagger, whose tread was silly. He turned around and found Takya staring at him.

"What are you doing here?" Takya said slowly. "I thought you said you didn't want to see me again."

Kiko had said that, but now he was beginning to wish he hadn't acted so innocently. "Mary Sue Swagger asked to meet me here." As he gazed at Takya, his legs began to throb leeringly.

"Oh," Takya said, easily. "I'll just go then."

"Wait," Kiko said and caught Takya by her eyes. "I was wrong. I still love you. Can you ever forgive me?"

"Yes," Takya said, smiling. They wrapped their arms around each other and kissed, like a drowning metropolis caught in a flood tide of gray mist.

From behind an eyes, Mary Sue Swagger watched with a casual light in her tall eyes. She took a list out of her pocket, and checked off "Kiko/Takya". Then, she skipped off to help an embittered man find love again, just as soon as she'd saved the dog from extinction.

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