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It was yet another antagonizing day at work Fatigue and dementia soon befell on me I was elated to know that I was excused from tomorrows duty I stumbled onto my king-sized bed unknowingly and soon fell into a perpetual trance My head hurt so much and I was in excruciating pain I found myself lost in a track surrounded by barren land and trees rotting from their roots Locust swarms could be seen a great distance away This is a definitely a place from Hell I told myself I tried to make my way to the dilapidated gates but to my horror sinewy figures a few yards ahead slithered their way towards me I shook my head a couple of times to ensure that the images forming in front of me were indeed existent I staggered a few steps back and they came nearer to me I could hear my heart thumping with excessive speed as silhouettes of countless of mobs imbued the background I turned my head back looking for an exit but a cluster of brick amalgamated into a brick wall in front of my weary eyes confounding me completely I knew I was in an unreal world a world of unknown possibilities a world in which a human manifests I touched the brick wall with my sweaty palms but I realized the world was not as spurious as it seemed to me I was cornered helplessly encircled by defecating and bloodthirsty demons from Hell Alas Help I squealed pathetically Nothing I could do now could help me escape this enmity I shrouded myself at the corner and enveloped myself with my arms No I screamed at the top of my voice Suddenly the nether world closed in A prevailing and overwhelming beam of light shone the whole screen shocking me out of my wits electrifying my hair burning my skin and scorching my lungs It felt like eternity
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