Then there was nothing. No light, no sound, only an unimaginable emptiness and unbearable loneliness. Trapped in this black hole hell, I am blind and disoriented.
I can no longer feel my Sisters near me. I know they are here, that woman damned us all with her wretched curse.
There is no up, no down. I stumble around for an eternity searching for walls, a door, a window to the world outside. All I encounter is a cold, vast void.
Soon, I will find the smallest crack in this prison. We will make our way home again.
Now, we wait.
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7 thoughts on “The nothingness”
shiver . . . I need LIGHT!!!! Good read, Tara
Reminded me of the nothing at first glance. Still one of my favorite movies, Never Ending Story’s nothing and the gamorge scared the shit out of me as a kid.
Love the subversive nature of this. As vel said, the teeniest bit of evil.
Heehee, just the teeniest bit evil, yes.
I’m thinking that this character, as sympathetic as I feel towards her, might be just a teeny bit evil…
Maybe just the teeniest bit.
haunting and eerie. I could sense the disorientation