In the night there was a black hair girl who passed an ocean to look for her lover after the big walls made from the wild roses.
She went under the leading of the wind and the guide of love. All of it is dim, vague but true in her feeling. She didn't fear or hesitate. This girl passed the wall covered by wild roses, overcame all challenges and obstacles by her determination. But finally she found her lover dead. His grave was on the hill where was no tree or grass.
Night...all of sound heard was her cry mixed with the midnight song of wane moon. Her lover, in heaven, are you hearing her cry after the tree and wild flowers ?
Beside the wall wild roses withered...they faded with falling drops. In the cold night of the past, of the far and fantastic dream, the girl disappeared and just left a rose that was crimson like her lips.
She embodied into a lost drop that was falling onto the earth, thought that the land is heaven and angels never lied. But there was just a light spread from above...and angels released their arms.
This drop melt between the silent sky of that night. There was no one who heard the last breath of the drop. Nobody.
In the night she was melt and mixed with , the girl carried the sacrifice dyed the color of the wild flowers...The girl smiled last time, rolled herself into a follicle made from the most beautiful and tender roses. From now, she really could sleep. She caressed each petal with all purity of the dark that touched her pains...Now all the pain just leant on each other sleeping forever....
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Hi jenny, long time no visit, hope everything's OK wth you n also family. very interesting story... wth a mysterious black hair girl... Really enjoy reading this post... Thanks for sharing, jenny... Keep writing... will be back to look up more from you... Thx