Ball of Life

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Science Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
my personal view of life compose in a small writing.

Submitted: April 07, 2009

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Life in the current state of being is nothing more than a blinding ball of light floating along looking for a form to take. This light is bright enough to burn though any human's eye but strong enough to bring every feeling of enlightenment upon them, all the thoughts of depression and anger drift away to a past form that they once knew but is no longer apparent in her/his current state of mind. The general area that these balls of life and light gather in to ask god himself to be chosen for their earthly forms is a huge stadium all pointing attention towards the being whose always peaked the interest of everyone, everyone calls her god, everyone loves her and listens to her. But we gave her a name: Nicole, a proper name for her, unique and interesting in itself. Even though she might not consider herself a god or even fit to direct a thing filled with life to do this or that, she was fit for the job to begin with. Stumbling upon this place wasn't easy for her, she knew her way around her hometown damn well, but never had any interest of this one area. All she needed was something tiny and interesting to bother to look. Their generally was nothing, but on the way home from school she couldn't help notice a ball of light pass by. A rip between planes is actually what she saw, but the odds of any human guessing that are incredibly slim. When she poked her head in this rip she was blinded by the hundreds of glowing balls of light, she tripped backwards and wasn't crying out in pain from the agony of her eyes being scorched but rather filled with positive emotion unexplainable and unbelievable to her. Hours passed until she came to her senses, she had realized what she had seen and was speechless. She knew everyone wouldn't believe her; no human would and never could. This place peaked her interest unlike anything else she ever knew. Upon entering this place again she studied these things for a few moments, with an imaginable wanting to just hug these things from the soothing feelings from them. Taking this new information in she thought she was dreaming but she could see faces in them, not human but different things, just different â unexplainable but interesting. These balls of light no longer affected her eyes; they soothed her in multiple ways.


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