VoicesI remember the voiceswhispers that swam up from the darkness, weaving in between the hollow music that echoed in the chamber with swells of, oh, I dont think I ever was quite certain what it was that I heard. I remember the screaming, the cheers and applause as someone took the stage. I remember one voice that took overAnd then I lost the echoes, the people who whispered that I could hear amidst the screaming and cheering.I remember the voice. He sang amidst the music, he sang that song.I dont even remember the name of the song.I remember they screamed.The people screamed.And I remember I fainted.I dont remember lying there on the ground as music wove around me; voices screaming, oblivious to one person lying comatose on the ground with eyes shut. People cheering, war whoops and wails as the lead singer stole all attention from one figure alone in the crowd.What I do remember is my eyes flickering open when the emergency team arrived. I remember st
Winter-55 Second Person WordsYouve never stood in the middle of paradise like this. Everything is blue, the sunlight casting shadows over snow. It shines, winter eating away the cold gloom. Youd almost want to make a snowman. If only it wasnt so cold. But thered be no snow. It would melt otherwise. And you hate. The stupid. Heat.
Rank - 55 More WordsI found the place where Id been ordered to wait. The floor was trashed, the walls covered in graffiti. It was a putrid place; it smelt foul. It was so absurdly dark in here. I waited; finally he stomped in. His smirk made me wince. I bowed formally, stiffly.Brave, your Highness. He laughed. Brave.