Chapter 1 of OblivionChapter 1Chapter 1 of Oblivion by ~Dinofreak126
Aaron James’ night started off with an explosion.
He slept in his full-sized bed, his large 6-year-old Leonberger laying at his side. Aaron's snores emanated loudly throughout his oddly proportioned room. On the nightstand at the right of his bed, a glass of water sat, sitting on a coaster (to his mother's instruction, naturally).
And then it happened.
A tremor shook the house slightly, the water in the glass rippling in response. The dog at his side let loose a low growl, lifting his head and ears. Another tremor, this time more powerful. The glass vibrated, sliding closer to the edge of the coaster it rested on. This time, a violent shake forced the glass off the edge of his nightstand, shattering on the floor. The dog stood up, barking fiercely. Groggily, Aaron sat up, holding out an exhausted hand. "Hey, buddy, s-s-s-sh. It's alright. What're you barking about?" he said, then braced himself against the soft mattress as another tremor befell the house. A
Just Say YesThe influence of her soul celestial dawn. Each morning light up my senses.Just Say Yes by *morphballs
For me you are the sun, that flooded my heart…
The road to my salvation…
For me touch your hair, It's like being in heaven…
Between the lights of your eyes, and the warmth of your soul...
The only secret I keep inside me ... is the immortality of an eternal love.
Those intense eyes mysteriously watching me... Because it was your soul, by nature was all the good that can be: compassionate, patient, honest, virtuous and full of love.
Today I decide to love you. I want nothing more than in this life. It's torture, an insult. I decide. And I decide to reject it, and why? Just to be with you.
You've been like finding the full grace, an experience beyond any trivial sense. As a religious experience.
Because, since I had the good fortune to look at you, the only thing I can remember clearly is the death of a heart that only lives to adore you.
A bitter sob burns my throat. I would not sleep anymore