All across the valley grass swayed side to side as I stood facing my fear as I’m shot with white lightning breaking from the sky. Where I’m bound to die I stand my stance on the ground filling with pain. Nothing but certainty screamed through me as the wind cried across my distressed face. Her name broke through even piercing the space of emptiness. The sharp cry with serrated words shook those hearing, leaving them horrified into the shadows where safety has become dark. Then I felt the silkiness of her skin slide gracefully against my arm. Everything stop suddenly coming to a calm and I dropped, feeling my knees giving way and every ounce of weight and pressure slamming me to the ground and then watched as every ounce of salt roll over my eyes. My face fell toward the sky giving back what it had given me. With my hands through my hair, a wave of fire started spreading through my body and from the burning blood, my skin started to dry. Drained from this earthquake like emotion, I fell onto my back only brushing my head against her, allowing me eyes to wonder up into the pitch blackness watching the stars spin.
I lay there listening to her soft voice that sounded like music played from a harp by a thousand angels all forcing my eyes to shut, falling to the land of dreams with every stroke of her silk finger gliding gracefully across my forehead. Once did I look up and once did I see her grin. Gliding, souring, floating, drifting, falling deeper into the blackness, into a place filled with shadows swarming and twirling in circle and around me and threw me, filling me with pain, fear, hate, and sorrow, leaving me drained, empty of feeling and thought. Not knowing what to do, I awake. Looking into her face for comfort, something to show that there’s someone who shares the pain, pain taking far beyond insane. I look into those sky blue eyes feeling a warm flow spreading and conquering every limb of my body, and then a great coldness passing over me like running water freezing my muscles tight, causing me to curl up like a helpless child.
She began to stand and with whispering feet, left, never coming back, leaving empty space in my chest where my heart once was. Running reckless I dropped all thoughts of life, meaning of life, and whatever made life. Remembering the sky blue eyes looking upon me, my body started to crave for separation between itself reaching out to her, my mind running free.