As We Walked Through The Blue Marble Halls Draped In Velvet Tapestries I could Hear Kaliifu’s claws scurrying across the hard, cold floor.
”Are You Sure you know where you’re going?” I Inquired giving Mr. Heatherbell a doubtful expression.
”Of Cooouuurse ~ “ Mr. Heatherbell purred nervously.
As we arrived to what seemed like the throne room a small, blue skinned man in a gleaming helmet and navy blue cape jumped infront of us with a stern face, holding his sword in our direction.
”Who Are You? what are you doing here? Where did you come from” He said, pouring his words out at us his sword getting slowly closer as he took a step closer.
In the right moment the large, glass throne sitting at the end of the room turned to reveal a beautiful lady with skin as pale as snow and hair as white as clouds wearing a magnificent navy dress with lights curling around it.
”Your Majesty!” The guard exclaimed dropping to the floor to bow pulling us with him.
The beautiful women got up and walked gracefully towards us, holding in her hand a glittering staff with a glowing orb on top of it. She stepped in front of me and lifted up my chin.
”Hello~” She spoke in a soft, gentle voice. “I know why you’re here child... I will help you go back home.”
She took my hand gentley and lifted me up. I looked at my friends behind me, Tears slowly started to well up. We all knew,
It was time for me to go.
The majestic women held her staff high as it started to glow more and more, A light started to float out of the orb, As the women grabbed it She held it closer and closer to me...
”WAIT!” I shouted, my friends and the women looking at me with curiosity. “I would like to do something first...”
As I smiled at the women I ran towards my friends and grabbed them, tightly hugging them I whispered to them.
”We will meet again, My friends.” I said tears streaming down my face and theirs, Still smiling I slowly dissolved into tiny gleaming particles until, there was nothing...
( Now in Reality )
”Lailah! Lailah wake up!” My mum shouted shaking me gently.
As I opened my eyes I could see my Mother, Brother and doctors all standing over me.
”How long was I Out?” I said rubbing my eyes and lifting myself up.
”2 weeks, you were in a short period coma.” Said one of the doctors clearing up.
”Thank goodness you’re awake, I was so worried about you.” Cried my mum hugging me and kissing me.
Now, I don’t really think there is a moral to this story, but, it just teaches you that where ever you go, what ever you are
You can always find friends.