Bleakness in Rain

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Abandoned


Moral of the story: bad shit happens to bad people but you have to push through it. Never allow your darkness to destroy you because the world won't care. When you die that's it; the world keeps
moving. Sad but true. New writing style. Comment on how it is please.

Submitted: March 25, 2018

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The rain fell softly on his soft brown skin. He looked towards the sky in reminiscience and sighed. He blinked instinctively as the rain splashed lightly upon his eyes. He stood alone in a parking lot that was lit up solely by a flckering street light that made the rain glow just before it hit the pavement. His hair was soaked. The rain traced his hair that hung loosely infront of his face and rolled down the sides of his features in quick streams. Anyone who looked at him would have thought he was isolated within dispair; they would have been correct. In fact, his mind couldn't process where he was currently he only felt one thing...anguish. He thought back to his life earlier on; what had gone wrong? He was born into a decent family and performed well in society. He loved the world but it seemed that the world hated him. He was once a full-hearted, devoted christian but now he couldn't fathom the idea of an omnicient being who loved all of it's creations yet allowed them to slaughter themselves and perish without even batting an eye. When his mother and father passed away he asked his priest daily about this being in the sky who had all the power in the world but for some reason he couldn't stop murders and genocide. He tried to attend to life as he had before his parents death but with every step he was reminded of their absence. It felt as if he would  scream. No. He was already screaming but the sound of the rain that was now beating against him along with his heart that seemed to beat in sync with the rain drowned out his cry. He fell to his knees and the world shook. He dropped to all fours and the seven wonders of the world lost their gleam. His heart beat and the waters of the world stopped flowing. He beat his hands against the ground and the sky split apart. Now their was no more rain. The clouds parted and the world was shaking. The sun's rays caused everyone in the world to look up at it for some reason. The sun that everyone knew, the sun that was always there, was now mystifing and held a new meaning. The boy in the parking lot ceased to exist. The sun still pounded it's rays down without fail but now something had seemed different. Everyone in the world had felt the earth shake then stop. Everyone in the world had seen the water stop flowing. Everyone in the world noticed that the clouds parted mysteriously regardless of the previous weather conditions. Everyone felt the loss of the boy. Everyone felt a peice of them die as the boy disappeared from this world without a trace...however, noone mourned; for this was the fate of a boy named Raiden. Raiden had died in the sunlight but, just like everyone else, he still felt the bleakness in rain.


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