Night in Heaven

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: October 08, 2016

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I can't breathe. Last time I took fresh air in my lungs, my doctor was telling my family goodbye. 

The room is dark. Yet I can see everything perfectly. I can't breathe, I'm dead. 
What is heaven without hell? We can't decide what we believe in anymore. 
Tell me the difference. 
Do you know, or do you think? Have you seen, or do you just believe? 
I see it now, as if my entire life was in the past, laughing at me from the closed window. 
Now I'm truly alone. 

The room has no doors. Behind them is a hallway, just as dark. With a light at the end. There's windows everywhere. Air is running fast, upwards. I'm falling down. 
Glass in the widows is breaking, but never falls off the frame. The figure behind me. 
He has something to say. 
I ask if I know him. No answer. I run towards him, but my body stays still, and I fall off it, on the floor. By body walks away. Along with the figure. They're gone. 

Heaven, this can't be. What does hell looks like? 
Another figure appears, out of nowhere, but was always there. It has clows, wings and missing head. 
It's piercing me with it's claws. Shredding everyhitng left of me. 
Now, for the first time, I can breathe again. 
I take a deep breathe and the thing says 
"The fairytale is over now. Let's feast together." 
The wings start beating, lifts both of us and we fly. Deep, deep down.


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