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The broken dreams

By kataradragon All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Adventure

Prologue

You put your life on your story and believe that you can become something big. But when something happened to your story, and all your faith and anger can do something bad. You must be ready, you can not say no or do not want. If you do that, you lose everything

Just one more word and this story will be complete. I stop walking and try to think.

"But what?" I said to myself and look at the picture on the wall. The image with a dark wood and pale blue eyes that looked right at me.

I shake my head and start walking around my house. 

"It can't be" The End "it ruins the story," I said when I was in the kitchen. 

"There must be something else," I rested my head in my hands. 

"A perfect ending," I thought. 

Like a flash, I had it. I smiled and run to my computer to write it in. I look at my work and smile the biggest smiles on earth. 

"Finally, it is done, my life's work." I can be anything. 

* Nightmare * 

I sat in a large dark room with no light. I look around and feel something tight around my hands. I tried to see what it was, but I couldn't see. 

"Hello?" I said, waiting for a response. 

Nothing came. 

Oh... Just great, I'm somewhere I can not see. 

I tried to get my hands free, but even if I was strong for my age, I could not move my hands. When I heard a scary voice from the darkness. 

"Kerwin..... DarkWater... 19 years," the voice laughed. "Is said to be 'The Dark One'." 

I felt my whole body froze when the voice had said it. All my life I hated my name. 

"Look, there is a Kerwin devil boy", "He will die in hell." When your name means 'The dark one', you will never have a normal life. You will get a hell of a life, a life that will make you crazy. 

The voice laughed louder and then I heard footsteps coming closer. 

"What's so funny?" No answer. "You know what, this is ridiculous, it's not real!", I shouted the last part, trying to not sound scared. 

I felt a hand on my head. "Right now, it's not real. Soon, however." The person giggled. "We will." 

I screamed and wake up with sweat all over my body. I've never had a nightmare before, but it was too real to be a dream. But my head was like a huge storm with questions. Who was it?, Why now?. 

What does it mean?. 



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