There was this jug-jug coming from the bush of dandalions. Deep inside it, two turquoise pigeons were vomiting breadcrumbs from the local bakery. Too artifical for an animal.
While young Khan was observing them with contempt, in the middle of the high street, right in front of Ophelia 2.0 entrance, a lady of satin beauty dressed in a strapless minidress, bronze sandals & red-devil hair, was driving a pushchair without turning.... because a lady does not turn. She was decisevely approaching the shop, whereupon Khan was starting to adjust his posture, inspecting his trousers for dirty spots and assuming the pose of a resolute man with a moral law within him. He was feeling the first sale of the day coming upon him....
Unfortunately, the heart is deceitful above all things and ...
it doesn't make things easier the fact that darkness makes all cows look black!
In that longeur, a soppy innuendo was made by the child in the pushchair; he was hungry and asking for quinoa. Nobody saw it coming, no the lads outside the Job Centre, no the employees inside it, no the weary woman, no the lady who does not turn, not even the young Khan.
With the diminishing light of the evening, a ghastly, killjoy figure of a maiden had reached the Victorian brickwall facing the townhall. She wears no footwear, her age is difficult to settle, her eyes talk of shadows and she does not seem to need/like clothes.
Her unbeauty was outlandish and, in the most unsuitable fashion, the blind woman was carrying a lantern...
So young, so fragile, that vision turned Khan into a leaf of fear. He had to snack on raw fennels in order to calm down.
Posterior research found out that her name was Diogenova. A Polish student; her father was a professor of Greek Mythology in the Catholic University of Krakow. She moved to the UK in 2003 in order to learn Cockney and legends tell that she met on a cliff in Dover, on a starry night, the man who would become her precious half: the baron D. Cameron Diaz.
Sorely, the vicessitudes of life covered this lucky beginning with the most atrocious facts in the following years.
While Khan was staring at Diogenova, he was hoping to receive help & protection from the satin mum with the quinoa-addicted child. She was almost close to the Khan's shop, when she decided to move over and drive the pushchair till the end of the high street. Standing out in a line of old kiosks, just few yards from the station, a newly advertised health store , branded as 'Forever Young' had recently enriched the local community. Entering the store, she was talking to herself: 'Amazing how dull a day is without kale chips!'.
Future studies, unofficially, confirmed the hyphotesis that she was a bionic woman breastfeeding kids almond milk.