I bleed myself to death. However, death does not come and grant me my freedom. I hope the angels watch over me and everyone else. With each passing day, the experience worsens. There is nothing called life. Continue reading
NOTE: Some of the following text can harm the psyche of individuals. Readers below the age of 18 are advised not to read it.
I cannot tell you much. Our principles forbid sharing our experiences with mortals who dwell in this world. I shall try to be brief as possible. Some information could be vague and general in the matter. Continue reading
In a forest, a butterfly flies in front of a man. A gust of wind passes and throws the butterfly off-balance. The spider’s web takes control of the butterfly. The man attempts to free the butterfly before the spider can feed on it. When the spider’s minions defend the huge network of web, the man falls back in shock and becomes unconscious. Continue reading
I did not move, but it felt otherwise. When I opened my eyes, the beauty of the cosmos manifested into my vision. The vast blackness of space surrounded me in all directions. In this vast universe of a trillion stars, I was lost in deep space. Continue reading
“We shouldn’t be here, Master.”, the dog communicated with a yip.
“Do not fear, Slade,”, Herondal comforted him. He knew whenever they came to unknown places, Slade would act like a coward. He bent down to him, “Can you see anything moving out here? These are simply the caves of the ancient world.” Continue reading
Life. They say, it is easier to die than live in a gloomy world. The politics of power are played in royal houses, over and over again.
Death. They say, to die displays cowardice to flee from the course of nature that challenges you in every step of your life. Continue reading
It’s a letter lying alongside the gravelled street, soaked in wet mud. It’s a parchment having a broken seal. It has two folds. I look at its backside. Continue reading