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Author:Charles A. Tan

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Lauriat by Charles A. Tan

“It was during a different wake,” he told me. “But not like this. It was a lonely one. Imagine a tiny church, and inside, the coffin, and before it, a single figure on his knees, wailing like there’d be no tomorrow. That was me.”

“Your grandmother came in with two of her friends. They had heard me crying and came to see what was happening. When they saw that a wake was in order, they decided it would be rude not to inquire who the dead was.”

“ ‘A dear friend,’ I said. ‘Whom I haven’t seen in many years.’ ”

 

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Author:Charles A. Tan , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:Charles A. Tan

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: anthology, chinese, speculative fiction, science fiction, asian, filipino, phillipines

Publisher: Lethe Press, Inc.
“It was during a different wake,” he told me. “But not like this. It was a lonely one. Imagine a tiny church, and inside, the coffin, and before it, a single figure on his knees, wailing like there’d be no tomorrow. That was me.”

“Your grandmother came in with two of her friends. They had heard me crying and came to see what was happening. When they saw that a wake was in order, they decided it would be rude not to inquire who the dead was.”

“ ‘A dear friend,’ I said. ‘Whom I haven’t seen in many years.’ ”

“Your grandmother took a look around the church and asked, where’s the family? Dead, during the war. Where are the neighbors? The neighbors informed the undertaker of her passing and took that to be the end of their obligation.”

“Now, this seemed to ruffle your grandmother a great deal. So who’ll say the prayers, and eat and drink at the wake, and drop flowers into the grave? I told her I suppose I would. I could tell from the way she looked right then, that she had made up her mind about something.”

“ ‘We’ll help you,’ she said. One of her friends began to raise an argument–something along the line of them not knowing me, or the deceased, but your grandmother was a strong-willed woman.”

“She told her friends they could leave if they wanted to, but in the end they decided to stick around, if just to make sure she wasn’t alone with me.”

“So then there were four of us, reciting the prayers, and then passing around a bottle of watered-down gin, and telling stories. Your grandmother began to weep for the dead as well. She told me that it was a Chinese custom to get people to cry at wakes, even if the criers themselves didn’t know the dead. She told me that her fiancée, a Chinese man, had told her this.”

“It was a bit funny, seeing her cry for someone she didn’t know, and her friends, who had nothing better to do, decided to cry along. My tears were sincere, but I couldn’t hide how happy I was to have them with me there.”

“We were at it a while until the priest came to say the final rites, and the body was put in the ground, under a grave that bore no name.”

“When it was all over I told them that they had all done me a great, personal kindness—and that in return I would visit each of them, on the day of their funerals.”

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