He cannot see anything, except for this dark thing approaching him through the vapor, but he can clearly hear the sounds. Amongst other noises there are the nerve rendering screams and then the sudden silences. The sudden silences is what scares him the most. He himself is in a sea of pain, but at the moment, that is not his biggest worry. His biggest worry is this thing approaching him in such a determined manner. What is going to happen to them? What is going to happen to him?
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About the Author
Simon Black is creative, expressive and intuitive. He had succeeded in looking inside himself and thus discover his true self. (He also visited the Underverse, but only came back as a writer, as all Lord Marshall titles have been already been taken) His true self is of course not without problems. This makes it possible for him to use that self-knowledge in his art, his poetry and especially his writing. Like most writers he is introverted, but that never bothered him. Like a great man once said; to be a writer is to be alone. His past is full of exploratory experiences, most of which he is probably pretty embarrassed or ashamed about. When these come out, however, he is quick to confess to them and claim them as all part of who he is. A writer. He has a sense of humour, oh yes. That is why he like to talk about himself in third person. Like an undercover king.