Agony...?No more. No more. she couldn't take any more. Screaming. It pounded in her mind, the waiting was killing. Hunched up, shriveled up, quivering and quacking, whimpering and groaning. No more! She rocked back and forth, knees to her chest, head buried in them, fingers snared in long black hair, pulling. she moaned desperately, hopping for the wait to be over. The torturous wait. goosebumps dotted her skin, toes tangled in each other. No more! She lifted her head to the sky, arms jerking down more, pulling some hair from her head. She lifted her wretched face, clenched up in agony, and wailed. Wailed and shrieked like a wild thing gone mad. She screamed herself hoarse, clawing now at her face and throat with long, blood-encrusted nails. Over and over she yelled, screaming out "NO MORE! NO MORE!" chanting it as if the very words could save her. She scrabbled at her eyes, pulling down the fragile skin, and letting it go bloodied. her eyes rolled up in her head, and she stopped screaming, col
RebirthEverything just flowed. There was no other way to describe it. My mind flowed, brilliant colors flashing, and silvery ribbons snaking past like a string in water. Goo dripped from no where like the goo from rotting grapes, and there was nothing.
It came before me in waves, and me, i was in a bubble in it. The bubble had a golden sheen, though it was clear. I was curled up inside, hunched over, floating in the air, hands to my naked chest, one leg up, the other limp like a flamingos.I was bare, nothing covering my contoured figure except for a golden-pale membrane, like the bubble's barrier.
And then, it popped. I popped. The colors swirled and blinked, faster and faster until i feared i would faint from it all. They came to one source, like the bottom of a whirlpool. they drained down into there, and the filling noise that used to be in 'here'--twas a noise i didn't notice until it was gone--quiet, everything was so quiet, deathly quiet.
I found that the bubble was gone, and i didn't f