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I'll follow you into the dark

By Drew Lamon Russell

Drama / Poetry

I'll follow you into the dark

Silent Hill

Travis layed there dying staring up at the light of the hospital lamps that hung above.

"Doctor were losing him" said the Nurse in a red and white gown

"That'll be one less mouth to feed" said the man with a formal grey suit

"He won't fear the demon anymore. He will reek in its hell" Said a woman with a crooked delight in her voice

"I never wanted you..." Mother says

"We loved you son" Father says

"Have you seen a little girl?"

"Mary's dead. You Killed Her"

"Shut your mouth bitch!"

"Your it, the last of the 21 sacraments"

"Stop pretending you care about me"

Travis heard the sound of cries from a little girl and a little boy

"Is it lonely where you are... Dad" said the girl

"Does the darkness no your name... Does mom" said the boy

Travis saw his life as vision's of light pass before his eyes so quickly, nothing mattered except one thing.

"Burning eyes can't forgive you" another light passes A

"Lonely moon drives on" another light passes L

"And deep in me" another light passes E

"Your Illusion" another light passes S

"What you see is me..." S

The Final Light Passes

A...

Dark light...

Day light...

And the...Nightmares,are...so...good-_-_-_...So Good...Mommy/am/I/dead/now?

Then... the beeps stoped and only the silence was all Travis herd. He closed his eyes and thought to himself "Well, I guess that's it then"

Darkness

Grey

"Story's over"

Grey

Light

Travis suddenly felt much younger, but when he looked he could see nothing but whiteness, and under his feet he could see green pure grass

The Loneliness set in, a moment of pure anguish and sorrow, and nothingness.

But then, he looked up and forward again. This time he could see a girl with long black hair.

"I remember you" Travis marked

The girl turns her head to see her friend and walks to him; she shows him her face and smiles

Heart's warmed

"Well..." Travis took the girl by the hand "Better get going"


"Nurse, stop... There's nothing we can do, he's gone."

'Sighs'

"Patient 233"

"Travis Grady"

"Died June 14th 2013"

An Echo from a world we once knew to be our own. Or a world only few so knew of. Torment didn't bother him; he already faced his fears long ago in a world only few knew.

THE END

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