Trapt - Headstrong

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Action and Adventure  |  House: Booksie Classic
This is a true story. Basically, this what happened in my mind when I listened to this song by this band, (Which is the title by the way). I feel I would be more understood if people, where able to see what was going on in my mind.. 'Be careful what you wish for.'

Submitted: May 25, 2009

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I turn "Headstrong," by "Trapt."

 

And this is what I see:

 

I'm stepping on to a battle field. It's somewhere in the dessert or something. There are bodies here. That’s how I know this is a battle field. I start to run, there's an enemy near by. I just sense it. My steps are quick, like superhuman. Then I see him the enemy, he runs the same direction I do then we turn for each other, by blade (it's a Katana) ready.

 

It was like slow motion, just running at each other like we did, I didn't stop to think who he was, if he had a family, he looked human after all. Next minute, he dead, I defeated him.

 

Now the first chorus kicks in. I have a lot of adrenaline leftover, and some kind of superhuman dexterity shadowy humanoid things burst out of the sand. Like I said, I had a lot of adrenaline leftover. I just send a pulse from my body, that send’s em sideways, like an energy wave. Now I've got a lot of adrenaline, and I start the pounding session on 'these' guys. I remember cutting one to pieces, but the last one, I'll remember that kill, I crushed his head, he was dead straight away. But I was pissed, and I sent a blinding energy blast that completely eradicated him and went for miles. I knew it could be seen from space.

 

With the chorus ending, I did some hand signs that were so fast I couldn't even see what they were. I slammed my right hand on the ground, and somewhere between a giant puff of smoke and a large surface area of shifting sand, I summoned a giant Spider. His fangs were moistened for battle, his eyes alert and ready with killer instinct, and his eight legs were thin, strong, and looked able to pierce many a thing from a couple of angles. But one of the most distinctive features about him, was his web sack. It was big and could shift slightly upward, so as to get a better range. He was completely black, and a force to be reckoned with.

 

I sensed my next enemy above me, as I stood on my summoned creature. It was a man, a strongly built man, who's black clothes seemed to just shine in a cocky manner. He had two black angel wings, and landed on my ally. His smug face was just waiting for a beating. My ally quickly entangled him in a thick frenzy of web. I came to strike, yet somehow in a 10th of a second’s motion he removed all traces of the web from his body, and struck me, lightning fast, and unbreakably hard. His final strike sent me in the air, lightning fast, and unbreakably hard. I must have been beyond high up, I was losing air in my lungs, I could feel it as I sat on my bed. This was what the chorus was doing. Then, to my sudden realisation, he was already in front of me. And I was struck to the ground, twice as fast as when I left it.

 

I lay there, struggling for breathe, in the big crater I had made. Or more, that bastard had made. I lay there, He came to the edge of me, he smiled smugly. But now he was gonna get his. Why? How? Because... The final chorus was coming in.

 

I caught him by surprise this time. I went for his stomach, his head. Anything that looked like it would hurt. I slammed him hard into the ground. I struck him so uncontrollably he swivelled off the sand, and skimmed along the ground. I had my blade ready. I cut a deep wound, into his bicep, his quadriceps, and across his forehead. No, he wasn't dead yet. He slammed through the air, hurtling without end, I

then structured a thick wall out of the ground, he slammed hard into it. I pelted my very strength at him, smashing him through the wall by his neck.

 

He rolled on the ground. He stopped facedown. I had a lot of adrenaline left, yet somehow I was still in control. I approached him, he didn't move, he just lay there unable to do anything but just take what I was gonna give him. My blade in hand, this time, I approached his edge. I raised my blade, and pierced him through his coccyx, all the way through. Deep into the earth, he yelped. He was pinned to the floor.

 

The chorus began to end. I began to walk away. I took one look back at the battlefield... And left.

 

 

 


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