His fatherly love

Nonfiction by | April 18, 2010

When I was a child, I used to play with my friends after every class. We would play different games each day. But I only remember the game we play on Thursdays – the dakop-dakop. It was a predator searching for its prey type of game. My friends and I would play this high-energy game in the quadrangle of my grade school. I would scream, shout, and run as fast as I could so that the hungry predator would not catch me. When I am caught and become the β€œit,” I run faster to grasp my prey. Usually, everyone becomes a predator of the game before the first round ends.

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