Eternal Solitude

March 3, 2014
By occasionalbeauty427 GOLD, Albuquerque, New Mexico
occasionalbeauty427 GOLD, Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Favorite Quote:
A dead man once told me, "To thine own self be true."


Everyone is afraid of this forest, but he doesn't know why. It's a perfectly ordinary, except for the weather, which is simply awful. As the man begins to grow tired, he finds a large house in the middle of the forest.

Too exhausted to remember who led him through its great expanses, he goes in search of another human companion. When he finds her, he thinks everything will be better now that he has someone to talk to, but she is more fearsome than he would have ever thought. The house becomes his asylum, and his grave.

Tags: Death/loss


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