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Sleep Heavy

By Chumpkins All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Romance

Prologue

I'm feeling perfect, if not enlightened, my mind is clear and i see you at the end. Standing completely still with your arms open, smiling with your soft adorable lips. But it grows dimmer, You fade away the closer I run toward you. As i finally reach you you're gone. Lost in a dark room without your light! I feel vulnerable, Scared without you I begin to and alone i slowly die. The last thoughts through my mind are your warmth, beauty and perfection. Than I'm gone... As you watched me decay from a distance, you listen to the thoughts of my words screaming out your name. "Courtney, Light, BABY where are you?! Please save me!" Coursing through your body those words eat you alive. The pain in your chest becomes so unbearable you no longer can stand there and take it. Looking down at my lifeless corpse you through yourself off the edge."I'll be with you soon"... As you hit the ground all of the air held in your chest escapes. Your bones crack and you bounce off the pavement a few feet. Your blood spills everywhere in a pool of dark red. What last of your tears stream down your face. and the last image you saw before you fell was me running toward you with the great smile on my face... "Hey..." i say, holding you close. My eyes gazed upon your face."We finally met,I told you i wouldn't give up." I love you!

"Fake and gay," you reply.


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