five times part IIOne boo.The clown was on top of the building just a few seconds earlier.Another boo.The kids are still cheering at the disappointment.Sunshine.The ice melts in the desert. It's full of sand.One boom.The UFO was flying at the speed of light itself.The next boom.It was raining just a few seconds earlier.Light.The boy looks at his grandpa. He's fresh.Prelude.The trees were singing at the top of their lungs, just a few moments later.Prelude.The clown is flying vertically.The last boom.The kids stopped cheering.The ice stopped melting.The husband reappers.They become one.Culmination.
five times part IOne boom. The birds were singing so loudly just a few seconds earlier.Another boom. The buildings were standing so stiffly just a few moments earlier.Silence.The man looks up and sees a cloud. It's raining.One boom. The trees were standing vertically just a few moments later.Another boom. The kids were alive just a few seconds earlier.Noise.The woman looks at her husband. He's gone.
nothingArh, the morning sun was terrible. Big hangover, only The Yellow Lagoon could solve that problem. I stepped out of bed, not knowing that just sixty-five steps, thirty-seven minutes, ten bucks and five beers later, everything would simply be nothing.Nothing is a pretty weird term. Try to imagine it. Nothing. It's impossible. Even nothing is something, and if there is nothing, how can there be nothing?Maybe it was just the beer talking.Jim was pretty nice actually. Always smiling. He was definitely hiding something.But the loud bang made it impossible for me to figure out what it was.First.A bright light. Brighter than the sun itself.Second.A loud bang. My ears were bleeding.Third.Silence. Deep silence.Nothing thawed.