It all went down so quickly I haven’t had time to warn the others. The green hills outside of Alodar rustled in a breeze with a smell of the mountain lilies. Hollow castle of Valuvian king sang the song as the breeze grew stronger and passed the punctured walls that rose high into the mist. It’s black peak held the rare gem which glowed in the darkest night and shined so powerful that even a rainy day was moderately lit. Blue sky was decorated with seven Garmin moons, each one as twice away from the other. They made a white line across the divine arch where only the rings of the third moon peeked behind its guardian. A strange bird flew in the distance, moving in unnatural way like some spirit took it, and then the stars came down, falling mad from the azure air like rain. Bird developed smoke on the right wing when one of the stars touched it with it’s unbearable flames. I was in awe, gazing at the horrid creature that moved so unexpectedly to the sides, evading the stars.
– You, the unknown beast with wings made of light! What have you done, so the Heavens got mad at you? – I asked the buzzing grey being which turned its wings inwards and headed towards the heights, – How rude of you not to answer! – I grunted and continued my way, when the Heavens boomed and the fire darkened the sky turning its end in blood red specter.
The hills felt a warm wind on its hairy skin when the colors of the Heavens mixed and spilled all over the blue plain. The holes appeared in the sky, presenting night sky when it wasn’t it’s time to be seen and the hail of disfigured stars pierced more holes streaming to the ground. Every star that connected with the ground elevated a cloud of dirt, every cloud exploded in tremendous noise and every explosion shook the very ground, blowing the heated wind in my face.
It lasted for couple more moments, then I saw our Valuvian moons breaking, sending white dust into the night that sparkled like royal bugs in the forest shade. Sky thundered in volumes, coughing fire over our Kingdom. My knees fell down for a prayer, but the last ring of the castle bell said its last when the grey bird hit it and broke into two pieces. A mound of dust settled at the castle base where fire consumed our lively town of Alodar.
– Our creator Garmin. What have we done to make you so mad? Please forgive us our insolence! Please, kindly please, Oh the ruler of all that has a hart! Save us. – I did all the polite moves of prayer, but the God haven’t spoke to me, nor the moons shifted to its initial form.
After all of it passed, black holes appeared in the ground occupied with scorched fields and burnt grass. Jolly flames danced out of the castle where screams called for help. The colors were still mixing in the Heavenly plain where holes in it revealed the stellar void.