Could you imagine being thrown into this world full of destructive and chaotic people who are only out for themselves and their country? How would you feel if you had to live in disgusting and unimaginable conditions just to survive? Imagine having to hear men screaming uncontrollably in pain. How would you feel? Distort? Ominous? Horrified? Well, unfortunately, this was my world.
Smoky air surrounded me; bombs went flying across the sky like shooting stars, only to be occasionally destroying innocent people below. Violently, planes soared over ahead, screaming to be heard. My whole life flashed before my eyes in a whole second. Was this the end of my life? Was I standing at death's door? All these questions kept appearing in my mind as if it was meant to be. Suddenly
Awoken with no personal belief, I honestly forgot where I was and why I appeared in this strange place in just a few milliseconds. I slowly lifted myself up to find I was in an ordinary park but alone for some unknown reason, as everything seemed off-edge and unbalanced. However, a woman passed me holding a beautiful hazelnut puppy in her hands, and at that moment, I thought I remembered this happening before . .. Moreover, a man walked down the path in the opposite direction to the young woman, and he was wearing a long bronze oversized coat with shiny black shoes and circler glasses that covered most of his face. He seemed to be in a hurry, and he appeared to have a peculiar expression on his face, like he had an urgent place to be at in that very moment. His haste worried me. As soon as he drifted passed the young woman, I felt a slight chill rush through my body as if to say that somehow I'd been here before, and I thought at that moment I was going mad!
'Wake up, Albert' 'Wake up, Albert' I opened my eyes ever so slowly to see a disfigured and battered man look down over me. What had happened? As he lifted me up with impeccable strength, I found myself surrounded by a huge amount of people who had been left to die and others who were crying out for help, but no one was around to save them; how come to this man wh...