~*Follow The Stars~*

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

In life, there are many meanings to different things that humans don't really pay attention to, however, we as angels observe and witness the details in order to learn about the simpler things and pleasures of what life throws at us.

Rick stayed comfortably still as he observed the many twinkling stars that dressed the clear night skies within their diamond-encrusted like power that allowed for many watchers to survey the most tremendous beauty as the wind slightly picked his blonde hair up breathing out a sigh of relief. Night-time had come in the forest once his assignment was completed and had decided to come here to do some self-meditation instead of hanging out with the rest of the boys.

He loved them, loved them like they were his own family as he smiled realizing the reality of it all to know that despite the differences that they all had, they still worked together in unity and harmony knowing that they would always have each other's back in the long run. From Tommy's fatherly instincts to even Russell's intelligence, he knew that no assignment was neither too big nor too small to handle especially when it came to giving out the word of God to anybody who needed a reality check to help see the error of their ways.

But out of all of them whom he has associated himself with, it was John who had gravitated towards him with his witty humor and jokes that would make anybody even the ever hardworking Gregory laugh his guts out and that's what he liked about him; whenever they were caught in a tough problem, John would always make the gang feel better when he would start with his sense of wit to help lighten up the situation but even he knew that the assignment always came first and would put that aside whenever he was chosen to do what he had to do.

Footsteps could be heard coming in his direction. Feeling a presence, he then turned around to reveal the young man himself as he held up a plastic bag to show him that he had gotten him something to eat for he hadn't even thought about food, to begin with.

"I come in peace, just thought I would bring you something to eat since you haven't had anything since early this morning, and I thought I would find you here of all places too."

Rick smiled. "Hey, they don't call me the Angel of Nature for nothing." Both boys laughed as John soon found his seat next to the teenager taking out the contents to reveal two veggie burgers, medium-size orders of fries, and cans of natural fruit-flavored juices. The brunette soon held up his can leaving the blonde in confusion.

"Just thought we can make a toast."

"For what though?"

John soon thought for a moment, then, an idea came into his head. "How about a great assignment?" Rick then slowly smiled.

"To a great assignment." The clinking of the cans were the only sound heard throughout the silence and the two then drank their beverages.

"I always love coming here, to me, it's like a personal haven filled with what is there to be offered as well as appreciated too.

"Really? you come here often?" John asked looking very surprised as Rick nodded.

"Yep, this place just has so much value to me, whenever I come here, I feel like I can just be myself and not have to worry about what others think of me; to me, it has so much meaning that even down to the more simple things holds remarkable expectations that humans don't take the time and observe because they're always in such a hurry that they don't stop long enough to appreciate the true beauty and therefore, by the time they do, it's too late and there will be nothing left to hold onto. You see, in life, everything has a different meaning for they hold the knowledge of what will lie ahead for everyone including us, to be prepared because you'll never know how long you have."

John became very intrigued, hearing the words that were flying out of the blonde's lips made him stop long enough as he then put his burger down and felt when the wind touched his skin. He then stared up at the sky noticing the stars that shined as their twinkling lights danced across the sky performing an array of magic that looked spectacular beyond belief. He had never thought of it that way, but the words were spinning around in his head as everything became clear.

Furrowing his eyebrows, he soon got up and held his hand in front of Rick who stared at him in even more confusion.

"Come on, I wanna show you something." He said in a slight whisper.

"Show me what? what are you talking about?"

"You'll see, do you trust me?"


"So let's go and no asking questions either." He winked causing him to chuckle and roll his eyes playfully as he soon took him by the warmth of his hand thus dusting himself off; and with one more look, they soon walked away going deeper to explore.


Yep, It's John Szyc and Rick Johnston, who along with the other young men and teenage boys were murdered by Serial Killer John Wayne Gacy. I read somewhere on the Internet that Rick was an environmentalist always finding ways to help the environment as well which is why I gave him the title known as The Angel of Nature and as for John, he is the Angel of Joy and Laughter due to his funny personality as well as being the comedian of Heaven 33 but when it comes onto helping people in need, he is quite serious about it too.

This was only just a preview and the full version will be in sometime within a few months soon. But for now, enjoy! This is only fanfiction and it is in no way a money-making profit there is no disrespect towards the victims and/or their families either. It is merely just for fun. Thank you.


Submitted: September 30, 2021

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