A Stranger I called Friend
There's a slight breeze that makes the field of grass look like waves. But soaking in the grass is blood. I'm on my hands and knees staring at the dirt ground. As tears flow down my cheeks I could only feel the burning of emotions. Those tears turned the dirt to small puddles of mud. I was still, only feeling the little tremors that surged through my body. It wasn't tremors it was something more then that. A gash lay across my back. It's woe was tremendous. Not tremors. I glanced frequantly at the torn pieces of my sleeves. They couldn't tell me how all this happened. My mind forgot how I got here or what had happened to me in the past.
A light flashed before me and few images passed me. I saw a girl fall on the cement floor of a prison, a dog being hit by a car, a guy with a flashlight shining on a. . .What the hell?! It all made no sense it wasn't my memories. Wait! I saw something. Something so real
Blind to the Sea's eyes
I felt a ray of warmth cover over me. I scratched the hard wooden raft that lay under me. I smelt the ocean breeze, as it embraced my hair. Slowly I opened my eyes to only see total darkness. Not a single glow of Sunlight that might burn my eyes, or make me want to close them. Panicing for my dear life I stood up. Only to feel myself tipping the raft. Wobbling slowly down, I crawled into a little ball. I remembered my mother's voice cooing when i fell in the pool and couldn't get out she said, "Calm down be still, Let your body concentrate." So I did. Realizing then that my eyes were open just i couldn't see. I came to the conclusion that I was blind. How? I do not know for certain. All i can remember is a black man forcing me onto a boat as our ship sunk. He had jumped off as my boat plummeted toward the sea. I wondered if he made it off, I really would like to thank him for being a hero of saving my life.
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