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Kismet

By pavitra All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Romance

Chapter 1

Prologue


The excruciating pain made me cried out loudly. I struggled to open my eyes as the darkness started to engulfed me. I started to slip away from consciousness, once again. The pain was unbearable. Though my mind wants me to keep fighting to resurface from the frightening darkness, my body begged me to give up. Every muscle in my body screamed in sheer agony. As though I was holding on at the edge of a cliff with my bare hands, I found myself letting go and I started to fall into the dark hole.

That's was when he caught me. A hand appeared out of nowhere and reached out to me. He grasp my wrist tightly and at that moment I felt no pain. I looked up at him, my saviour. A sudden rush of relief and hope surged into me. I know him.

The illusion was gone when I felt a sharp pain once again, but this was worse. I felt my body jumped in shock. Involuntarily my eyes flew open. I found myself staring into a pair grey eyes. I heard voices coming from somewhere far away. I tried to recall my last memory. Images flashed in my head. Images that does not belong to me but strangely I knew it is my memory.

"Alecia, can you hear me?" I heard the one with the grey eyes said out loud.

I knew the voice. I wanted to answer him so badly but my brain can't seem to process my need.

"You have been in an accident." The angelic voice told me.

There was something about the pair of eyes and the voice. Though I have just been told that I had been through an accident, I found myself focusing on the voice. Deep down in my soul, I recognized the voice but I can't seem to get a hold the identity of the owner.

I blinked through the blurriness caused by tears and pain to get a good look at the person. As though reading my mind, the person leaned down and I saw him.

His familiar face triggered another series of images flashing in my head.

Like a video been fast forwarded in my head, I saw it all. A story. A world where I existed together with him.

It could have happened in a second or a span of years.

It could have been just a illusion resulted from the injury I suffered due to the accident or merely a bitter sweet dream.

I will never know.

All I know as I stared into the grey eyes while my body was writhing in pain was that, I saw myself in a different time period. In a different dimension. In a different lifetime.


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