From the tip of the sea


He walked up the stone strip by the sea..Reaching the tip of it , the odor salt filling his lungs.. Falcons & Crows flying around perhaps waiting for the perfect meal…Looking up the horizon across which many have just disappeared, shackled, enslaved, or even have been feasted on by the hunger of the merciless waves..As the waves smash against the stone strip splashing its water over his body , inviting him to join it on its eternal trip…He can hear the screams, the cries…A world where he lives today built on false pretense of countries claiming to come and save them but rather enslave them with different shackles and take all what they value most..They no longer seek their flesh and blood but rather seek what lies in the heart of their nature..All that shines, all that sparkles ,and all that keeps their machines running…

He closed his eyes.. Spread his arms wide and surrendered..Letting his body fall embracing the sea.. The world of the unknown.. And as soon as his face splits the sea..And dives into the water… He wakes up..Sitting up in his bedroom breathing heavily…He turns his head around to make sure of his whereabouts, everything seems to be right.. He shakes his head for a moment..But there it was…That odor.. That smell from the sea..And there he sat wondering “Was it a dream? Or another world?”…

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