The Strange WorldThe strange worldThe Strange World by rasmus7616
I observed the fantastic structure of every single flower in every single shade and shape, every hue and appearance, the smell of all the wonderful aromas embraced me this night. Everything seemed extraordinarily clear, like a crystal in the moonlight, or a stone right underneath the surface of the water. The moon shone like a thousand suns on the dark night sky, full and big, gigantic if you'd like. It hadn't been this big here on this green field in this part of the world in over 1000 years, the rumors said. Everything bore the mark of tranquility in this fantastic night, the green grass with the colorful and aromatic flowers to the dark night sky with the big moon and the stars. And everything in between. It seemed like peace was everything that enclosed me here I stood by myself all alone in the middle of the night. After a long time with inner peace and observing my surroundings, I went for the clear lake that was just 20 30 meters from where I stood in th
The MistakeThe MistakeThe Mistake by rasmus7616
I knew I shouldn't have listened to him, I just knew it. Now it was too late to turn back, I just had to keep on moving, moving into the unknown. The footsteps were thundering behind me now. Why did it have to end this way? Why did it have to be me? The answers to these questions, I would probably never know.
It was a nice Sunday afternoon, and I had just come home from work. I was tired, but hungry still, and wanted something to eat. I went outside to the market in the poor side of town. I knew the guy who worked at one of the shops there, and I always got food a bit cheaper than others. Or that is, that's what he told me, anyway.
"Hey, Rajesh! What are ye doin' 'ere at this time o' day? Thought ye was workin' 'till midnigh' on Sundays." Bill said with his rusty voice and toothless smile when he saw me. "Yes, I usually did, but my boss died of tuberculosis today, and everybody got the rest of the day of", I said. "ah, poor bloke, tha' man", Bill answered, "But this isn' ti