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For a brief moment there I watched the sun, slowly fade away behind the clouds that seemed to be getting more and more ominous in intensity, its blackness cast into deep reds and yellows. Then silence filled the room.
When I sat up I noticed I’d slept for a total of four hours. The rest of my consciousness was consumed with wondering what to do next. It dawned on me that the only way I could possibly survive this much darkness is if the last thing I knew was to kill people. My mind raced, the thought of how I could possibly convince someone to do what I hated, even kill people…and then…how? I didn’t have the slightest idea how I would even escape, let alone find my way back.
What if I didn’t get out? No one has any idea what to do with me now, because this was my destiny and if I were to die in a fight between two people of different races then I’d be forced to spend the rest of my life in another place. I didn’t want to spend this life feeling like an animal in the jaws of a lion.
I reached over and snatched up a cigarette from my pack and lit it. I decided to stay here for as long as I could, because I knew I would die here. After that I was sure I wouldn’t ever find a home or friends there. My only hope was t바카라o get some shelter in the city.
In the dark, in an abandoned building, my brain still couldn’t process what had just happened, and then what would happen next. And why was it here? All I wanted to do was go home, but if that meant the same thing as killing someone, then I would do whatever was necessary. It was so far away, even if I could find my way there I doubted I would survive. There was no way I was going to find my wnatyasastra.comay back, no matter what I tried.
I stood up and looked around the abandoned streets of the city, to try and find my way back, but no one was paying any attention to me, the building in question wasn’t even on anyone’s street, just empty and surrounded by blackened dust.
I closed my eyes and pushed open my eyes, and I swear it felt like something was floating inside of me, waiting to be triggered. I felt a twinge of worry, and just as suddenly it was gone. I knew in my heart the night was ending. Bu