Meninggalkan The Peak di siang hari yang masih kelabu dan berkabut, aku kembali pada udara dingin dan angin yang bertiup semakin kencang di Central Pier. Star Ferry Terminus–menyeberang menuju Kowloon untuk menjelajahi Tsim Sha Tsui.

Kurapatkan overcoat-ku, tapi dingin itu masih enggan pergi. I want you here.

Merapat di pelabuhan; aku melompat turun dan menyusuri Avenue of Stars (dan aku hanya mengenal Jackie Chan dan Andy Lau di antara barisan nama-nama itu).

Aku lebih tertarik pada pemandangan kota HongKong yang menakjubkan dari sini. Aku ingin berdiri di sana, merapat pada pagar pembatas itu, bersamamu–menentang dingin yang semakin menusuk dan membuat telingaku nyaris kebas.

Dan tahukah kamu? Yang paling kuinginkan saat ini adalah berbagi pemandangan ini denganmu. Dan pemandangan lainnya yang masih berupa ‘akan’. Sebagaimana sore itu, di sebuah kota, aku memotret senja yang cantik dari jendela kamar hotelku dan membaginya denganmu.

Karena semua keindahan selalu mengingatkanku akan kamu.

hanny

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I am an Indonesian writer and an artist/illustrator based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. I love facilitating writing/creative workshops and retreats, especially when they are tied to self-exploration and self-expression. In Indonesian, 'beradadisini' means being here. So, here I am, documenting life—one word at a time.

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