💡Original Content Part 9 💡
Our century-old ranch-style house was designed by him. It was his first ever architectural masterpiece. His taste for spaces, views, and proportions are on point. Crisp and tasty - if I were just to compare it with food. If my dad was just into publishing his works, they would have cost people their arms and legs due to its marked artistic merit.
If there’s something more to be proud of - it’s his sculpting works. I have never seen sculptures as polished and realistic and haunting as his ones. If I am being too honest, I do get frightened whenever looking at them up close in detail. But I can’t complain - His works are pure pride for me as his son.
1 hour and 16 minutes - “I’m late more than one fcking hour”. I said in disappointment right after I got off the car. I kept on cursing while tramping towards the parking’s elevator. My heart was pounding heavily. It wasn’t because I’m scared of the actual audition process but rather because of the fact that I can lose this chance without even trying - and that’s more frightening to me, at least. “Elevator rides with a panicking psyche is never a good idea,” I told myself as I moved around the high-capacity, high-speed lift, extra tensed. The elevator bell startled the shit out of me like crazy as I held my breath for a second or two while holding the side handrail. Two tall gentlemen wearing same as mine went inside halfway going up to my designated floor. They positioned on the left and right corners, standing on bowed head, behind me.
I paid a glance at them through the golden horizontal bars of the elevator which were sheeny enough to function like mirrors. I can’t tell how their faces looked like but i made a wild guess that we’re all heading to the same floor. “We arrived at the 28th floor”, voiced the elevator. It snapped my senses back. I exited the elevator right after it opened and peeked thru my peripherals to confirm whether the two gentlemen will come out or not but to my surprise, the elevator was empty. The people whom I was just with, inside the elevator, wearing just the same as mine, were gone, in a snap, into thin air. What the ugly fck! I exhaled.
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