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The Eternal Struggle The nights air briskly stole the heat from my lips as a thief would jewels the foggy mist surrounded me in its entirety making life time seem as if it were standing still every sound heard as clear as river running dry my blood ran cold with fear from the nights cold stare the pitch black woods surrounding me drove all thoughts of safeness from my orpheus I continued walking as though not to show fear to those who might be watching this which I hoped continuously would not be happening My hearts beating could be heard through my chest the constant beating drove me into an uncontrollable panic why was I here Was the internal question which has been asked constantly Though I saw as for as my nose my mind saw many things in the night The ground which had been straight for about thirty-five ft or so had started into unevenness I felt the moons shinny glare on my pupils the sounds of this wooded area would cause me to freeze in my tracks periodically so as to hear any approaching adversary Lifes meaning at this single moment was truly unclear though I knew what I wanted right now the biggest gun ever made But clearly this wouldnt be so the approaching morn could come swifter none Life essence drew me closer to what I had seen in the distance through my minds eye This dilapidated house surly there would be safety from the night there I walked as though a beast chased me my fear reached levels unwitnessed by a normal man As I approached the house I could see a creature lying down off in the distance a drawling snarling beast is what I envisioned as got closer the beast came into focus This creatures dismal silhouette fell to the ground reveling a beaten battered dog the mangy mutt followed me
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