In the Graveyard
Good, I made it before the gate closes. The graveyard is such a wonderful place at twilight. The view over the town and the Bay is exceptionally spectacular tonight. The fiery sunset behind the mountains is breathtaking, and reminds me of the unimportance of my own being and dramas. However, this place also confronts me with my deepest fears.
A large bird flies above me. Is he looking for prey, or is he like me just enjoying the quiet evening?
Am I the prey or the hunter? I thought I escaped you, but still you hunt me as if you were alive. Stay under your stone, and don’t bother me!
Why didn’t we stay friends, play in the fields, and dream together about a future of getting away and exploring the world? I loved you, and I trusted you.
Why did you turn against me, forcing me to kill you? You did this to yourself, you bitch! You didn’t let me love you as you promised me!
I taught you, now you know that you didn’t suffer enough. Don’t you worry, I’ll live.
Debra is just wonderful. Soon she’ll keep you company, and then you are not alone anymore.
What a wonderful evening, reconciling with my little girl. Time to go home.
“Are you leaving, we are closing!”
Thank you officer, have a great night, (and a gruesome morning)!