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No brakes?So I had this dream last night, and this is my effort to record it and then interpret it. Unfortunately, this is like four hours after I've woken up, so the details are dim.
In the dream, I had gone to a party. Populated with tons of people, mostly faces I was familiar with, you know the gig. It reminds me of the house I just went to the other night with my friend Steve - tall, off-white walls with a wooden floor, beautiful kitchen, and a second story with wooden stairs leading up to it. The sensation of the place was like hanging out with a group of friends, everyone I know, but a few I don't.. somewhere comfortable, but exciting all at once.
I had met a beautiful girl in my dream with black (or maybe dark brown?) hair, and pale-ish skin. The image I draw off the top of my head is something like the singer Amy Lee, without so much of the robust sexiness and a little more simple innocence. Naturally, we
A Madman's Requiem - Part 3Be forewarned, this may get quite graphic:
A Madman's Requiem
Time passes, and the sun begins it's laborious ascent from the eastern mountains of Mystra Amor, scratching the brightening sky with the diaphanous fingers of dawn. With the warming rays came activity, and we watch as the town begins to come alive, people emerging from the relative security of their austere homes to go about their tedious daily chores, birds caroling each other from the highest boughs of the trees, ships preparing to lift their tethers and set sail.
Despite the sense of normalcy that pervades the Elysian town, dark undercurrents are evident everywhere. Town guards patrol the city, focusing most of their attention on the northern neighborhoods of Mystra Amor, where the gruesome remnants of last nights murder were still being examined. Even the rare and unfriendly Sitali Battlemages were frequent sights here, dressed familiarly in reflective steel armor, their heads
A Madman's Requiem - Part TwoBe forewarned, this may get quite graphic:
A Madman's Requiem
We follow the killer now, into the caliginous darkness of the outdoors, leaving the disturbing scene behind us. Hopefully, we'll be able to wipe that memory from our minds, and erase that abominable scene from the creases of our brain. Hopefully.
The moon set hours ago, and the enveloping shadows are complete, stifling and concealing everything they touch. The murderer is nothing more then an apparition, a faceless entity moving noiselessly down the road, only the small whites of his eyes glinting in the passing lights of nearby buildings. The blood which surely coats his arms up to his elbows is invisible, turned dim and unrecognizable in the ubiquitous gloom.
How long would it take for someone to notice the macabre scene that this executioner had left behind? Surprisingly, not long at all. Even though it was now blocks behind us,
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