Beneath Black Blood

Beneath Black Blood – Chapter 1 (Start of part 1)

Chapter 1- Ramblings & making a mortal enemy

People don’t believe in what they deny, everything improbable is impossible and thus make-believe. Yet what is make-believe and what is real, our view on reality depends on how we perceive it. And the way we perceive the world is different depending on ourselves. There is more than one world; there is more to space and time, more than anything we can perceive or hope to understand. That is existence.

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“Thank you.” She seductively whispers into my ear, like a temptress. But her eyes are cold; she emits an aura of melancholy. She wants the game to go on, the cat and mouse duo to continue their act. But I  won’t let her, I’ll never let her win, that is why I’m giving myself to her, giving her my soul, giving her my memories. Letting her sink in comfort, letting her relax as she believes that I’ve lost, letting her think she’s won. 

She leads me into a shadowed room; there is no light, a burning darkness that is so bright it blinds me. Robbing me of all sensation in my limbs, taking me to a place of eternal rest; a place she wants me to never escape. And as that door closes, the last thing I see is her eyes, those fallen eyes, those dead eyes. Then there is nothing.

There is no time, there is no space, and I am floating in nothing.

 I wait.

Because patience is a virtue, because I know how this is going to play out.

I destroy her cell of nothing; I blew her paradise sky high, the bombs going off everywhere.  And as it explodes and consumes everything, even me. I was happy, because I was the one who won.

 

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