Denis Ten: Witnessing the Extraordinary
3 months ago
She covered her head with her blanket and listened to Gabe's melancholy singing. When she fell asleep, she dreamed of death - not just for her, not just for her species, but for every living thing she had ever known. The Earth was flat and wide and brown, a field of dirt as barren as the moon, a single road stretching into the endless distance. The last to fall were the buildings, distant and solemn, the gravestone for an entire world. Then they disappeared, and there was nothing left but nothing.