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Crimson Snow

In The distant future....

“I’m standing in a place where time doesn’t exist and all I can see for thousands of miles is this crimson snow, I don’t know much but what I do know now is that I’m not in heaven anymore. Somehow I ended up here.” Alieata said as she stood in this vast area.

Seemingly years later.....

“I’ve learned to survive here in what I somewhat affectionately call the, Bloodscape. It’s kind of cold here but it’s never painful; I miss reality, oh god I miss it so much,” she continued talking with herself. “Anyway your probably wondering how I survive here if I’m the only living thing in existence. Well I eat the snow, I drink the snow, I bath and shit in the snow. You would be surprised how used to the taste and smell of blood if it’s the only nutrition you have.”

She bare not one physical scar, in her mind she had unreal amounts of mental deterioration. Ali walked around at all hours of the day, because where she was it was never dark. It was always like a bright star but shining through tinted glass. It was bizarre, how it looked like the light was muffled in an of itself. The thing is that, this isn’t some weird story to her. For Ali she’s remand surprisingly lucid this whole time.

She sat down and thought back to a moment, where she was on the desolate place. In her mind the sun went a blood red, every day even though it probably wasn’t. She remembered the pain in her eyes and how everything constantly had this ominous red hue to it, because of the blood. From all the swelling in her eyes.

Billions of years ago....

She was walking around this strange place, everything she saw was alien to her. This place had a sky where normally there would be a ceiling, it had these tall plants, with green bushy tops, instead of the little flowers that were planted by some of the walls, as decoration. Instead of a hard metal floor or a nice soft carpet, there were these little green, paper thin, sticks that covered everything she could see. Under neath the sticks, was a layer of this brown clumpy substance.

She had no idea where she could have been, after all she was only two years old. She walked around this strange place and looked up at the sky, the lightbulb must have been impossibly high up and bright. Because she couldn’t look directly at it without hurting her eyes and there was no way Daddy could’ve reached up and fixed it with his latter.

A few days later....

She was tired and hungry, she had finally found a place with people who would help her. Except that non of these people looked like Silver they all walked on all fours similar to her. They walked over towards her and began to sniff her, once they got to, I guess know her. They gave her some food and water, let her sleep in one of their many den’s and snuggled with her after she was asleep. But one day they switched their adatude, after she had stolen something very important. The night of the incident, she was sitting in the den when all of a sudden she heard screaming and crying.

She found a little baby of whatever those those blue and yellow things were. It screamed and cried but sadly it’s cry’s were heard by the wrong creature. Ali latched her small but powerful jaw onto the poor things throat, you could hear the sickening crunch and tering of flesh. She killed and ate the pour thing, without hesitation.

They would find her just minutes later with the corps of the thing, being held up by its remaining skull matter. The thing made a noise that sounded like a scream of absolute rage! It ran at her being over three feet taller then her didn’t help her side either. The thing beat her into oblivion, then actually grabbed her head and submerged it underwater for a small amount of time.

Eventually she sort of became the town play thing, she was beaten relentlessly for years to come.

Four years later.....

Ali had escaped from them that day, she ran for miles until she was found by one but this one wasn’t like the others. It had gray fur all over its body, and deep sunken, bloodshot eyes. Yet all Alieata could see.... was an unwavering kindness. “H-hello,” she said nervously, “hi I’m Draka,” the thing said with a genuinely welcoming tone. “Why did you have to run,” Draka asked. “Well I think I killed a kid,” Ali said. “Well I looked different and I could speak to the gods.” She said. “What does that mean?” Ali questioned. “Well it means I speak the same way you do unlike the rest of my kind. Your pretty lucky, I mean you actually had to do something, I was chased out by everyone just for existing.” Draka said with tears coming through.

Draka was a decent but older then Ali, while she was seven, Draka was almost thirteen. They got a long really well, because Draka didn’t like the others to begin with she had no problem with knowing that a younger one of them was killed.

Back to the present....

“Love is pain,” Ali thought to herself as she realized that most likely her friend was long dead. She sat in a pile of crimson, Ali then remembered something that she had almost forgotten. It was cold but why was that, how could she even survive by eating snow. She couldn’t!

She had to have been dreaming, “that huge metal thing I remember it vaguely,” she thought out loud. “I’m in the metal chamber.... I’m in a coma,” she had figured it out.

Back with Draka.....

“You know love is just an ineptitude of trying to find out ones own perfect state of reality,” she said to Ali whilst they ate. “But also if something seems strangely different from what should happen.... get out.” “That seems oddly specific.” Ali mentioned.

Four years later.....

They were trying to get apples when all of a sudden, from out of nowhere a hole in the ground appeared. Something from deep inside, latched onto Draka and dragged her down into the pit faster then she could even scream! Ali then heard that same crunch from those years ago. She knew what had most likely happened.

One year later....

She was found by the rest of the creatures who still hated her enough to keep on physically torturing her. She just took it, kept her head low and took it because her only friend was gone like that. And she had no way out of this.

Three years later....

She was found, by the same group who would also eventually despise her.

Back to the present moment....

Actually the only place where she was truly treated as an equal for a long time, was with Silver. “Silver.... Silver! SILVER!” She screamed as she opened her eyes, for the very first time after sleeping for a godly amount of time.


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