Vividness of Past

August 27, 2008
By Aman Basra, Delta, British Columbia, ZZ

We saw colours once. At a juvenile age, our eyes saw beyond the rainbow. There was a time when adidas' motto was our life.

Each day was its own story. Castles and kingdoms existed first followed by continuous days of various worlds. By the end of the week, we had travelled to an amount of realms unknown. Come monday, a new set of journeys began as those days were far from dull.

Time went by. Life became a highway with fleeing towns. The speed gained momentum gradually and with each raise, the colours diminished.

Then it all ended. At top speed, the colours were vacant.

We saw colours once. We saw once...oh once. Nothing can be seen now; there's only mere emptiness.

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