Sergio has just understood he is already dead, and he is remembering
I had the strangest dream yesterday... It was August fourth of two thousand fourteen... Night. I showed my grandma my new school uniform, Left a couple letters in odd places of my house.
I got out of my house and walked to... Titan Plaza shopping mall.
I took the elevator to the last floor, Sent my friends a good bye, then one to him... my love. I stood right in the border of the look out at the mall. My body was shaking...
I will miss grandma, her hands, the depth of her eyes, the way she dreamed and the way she missed her youth.
(To the audience)
In a minuet... I was flying!
An uproar on the floor...
Eyes staring at me, cold like water...
No expression whatsoever!
Sergio balances on the step.
I couldn’t sleep ever again! Never again!
I was dreamless... Dreamless... Less than a dream.
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