Another Story of my ?Paranoia?
Last night, as usual, I turned all the lights off, turned on my flashlight, found my bed, and settled in (after turning off the flashlight) My bed is next to a window, so I look out into the seemingly cloudless sky. It's all a little blurry because I took my glasses off.
And there, there's this sparkly star-like thing in the sky. I think it might be a news helicopter or something, but to make sure, I put my glasses on and peek out at it. It's a star, one star in the sky, shining so bright, brighter than the moon. Wanna know what I thought?
"I'm going to die". The star, in my imagination, seemed to be moving, hurling towards Earth. There were scattered bolts of lightning, I think, and once, I blinked at the star and lightning struck, very fast. And I thought the world has been hit by a dying star and that it was the end of the world. And that I really wanted to be with my parents.
I closed my eyes and thought of tomorrow. The promising brightness of tomorrow. This night isn't any different than last night, I thought. I closed my eyes, and tried. I was sweating crazy with fear and it took everything I had not to look at the star.
Scary, right? Scary star. I think it might've been the North star, I'm uncertain, but that moment, like all my previous apocalyptic dreams, made me appreciate my life and family more than ever.
I want to thank you all for your answers on my "Death" post. I asked my Dad and he said, "I just collapsed. I thought I could've done something to save him, that I should've done something." on the subject of my Grandpa's death.
So yeah. I've become more morbid, sorry. I'll write more happier posts! ^_^
I HAVE MOVED!
3 years ago