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Monday, June 4, 2012

The solar eclipse

    Looking out the window, I see the sun that never set glaring at the land below and the towns activity is in full swing. No matter where I looked, all I could see were empty streets and the town seemed deserted except for the few drunks sprawled under lamp posts and the stray dogs that were busy chasing a few cars that passed through the town main intersection. Taking a deep breath, I started to close the heavy curtains to shut out the burning light and wisps of smoke started to rise from my skin. I started to curse out loud and thought about doing something about that cursed yellow object. Wandering down the dimly lit hallway, I made my way to the far end where the lab was located. Tripping over a pile of coiled wire, I fell face down onto the hallway. Getting up, I felt pain shoot thru my head and grabbed my nose only to realize that I had bloodied my nose. A loud explosion was heard and smoke started to pour out of the room. A bean stalk thin man wearing divers goggles and hair standing on ends stepped out, flipped me out and yelled “Why oh why did you have to short circuit my equipment? Now go away before you mess up something else.” Feeling a little sorry and guilty at the same time, I looked around mournfully wondering why I had even come wandering down this hallway when professor Smith was busy with finding a solution on how to reduce the strength of the sun so that the creatures of the night can safely walk out. So far, he was only able to get half the equipment to work and the other half simply refused to light up like a Christmas tree. The service tech guys came, did some fiddling with the dials, gave a bill with a smirk and told us that they’ll come back once more. This process was repeated three times yet no solution and they were more than happy to tell us that they’ll be coming back tomorrow once more as another bill was handed to the professor. My eyes wandered down the hallway where the wires finally ended and the bank of wall sockets started. All plugs were plugged into the sockets except one and one was partially pulled out. I guess it was due to me. With what seemed like the weight of the world on my shoulder, I wanted to find a solution to the problem I had caused. Walking up to the wall, I pushed the loose plug back in and inserted the plug lying on the floor into the socket. I heard instruments hiss, crackle and pop. I felt the house shake as the huge dish on the roof started to move and align itself towards the sun. A loud excited voice was heard wanting me to come quick and lend a hand. Stepping into a dark room, all I saw was bright lights flashing, dials and needles flashing all types of numbers. Opening the blinds just a wee bit, I saw the sun go dark. As I move from the window to the hallway, I felt the darkness solidify around me and intrude into my mind once more as if sensing the deep, dark thoughts I was floating in. The images which I thought long gone returned with a vengeance as the blood rushed thru my veins and the intense hunger seemed to grow once more. Something seemed to growl, snap and nip at my heels as if it wanted to go on the hunt once more, yet quickly receded as if it was done toying with me for the moment. As I stretch out my hand, the mist solidified and rested its head in my extended palm. As I started to rub it, it started to purr and I saw its diamond like eyes glint with malicious glee as it read my mind.

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