Divergence



All I wonder through the midnights are the cause of me being on a flight of fancies. Flowers throughout, with little insects on top, releasing their hearts. Never befell to me not craving to be like those. Stars pitching down through all night rather than snowflakes and I run to catch them all for my little tiara. I wear for the sheer pride, to make 'em jealous! I rush to the ocean with the slow rhythming heart, where all I sit to nourish the sand when water crushing through my feet. I lunge into the heavy tides and find my wonderland. I see shimmering bubbles with all midnight shine touching it, which favors a magic shower. I laugh to my stomach ache, cause there is no other way after, to accomplish own wonderland. I swim and swim and swim to get rapped by the dazzling threads around me for the warmth, for I was lost used to it. Then, I find my home, none with beds and homies but guess what? A bright ball fascinating me for the whole while. My moon? Underwater? I touch it,feel it and even hug it. I wish to get him back with me but beauty can never be stolen. Swiftly the darkness unfolds as if I'm drowning under the beauty of hell. I see red eyes. SHARK! I need to protect my moon, my embracing threads but all I do is see nothing. I try to get away as I feel the shark heeding me. I swim up fast as it gets scary though.
Of course, it was a living of contrasting experiences. Where is dark, there is light. Further I watch my moon in the sky, still embracing me with its glitters as if shielding me from getting cold. Same the way, I am like, ‘Hmm, rather climb up to the clouds!’

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Fantasy containing contrasting these which signifies the differences of lives in a way.

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Written on October 02, 2022

Submitted by sushreesangita357 on October 02, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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