Walking into the unknown

'You will keep in perfect peace all who trust in you, 
all whose thoughts are fixed on you! 
Trust in the Lord always, 
for the Lord God is the eternal Rock.'

Isaiah 26:3-4 NLT
Edited in Prisma app with Mosaic

Life in the Unknown world continues… Welcome to the world of walking into unknown places and life is no different. Yet we seem to be surprised at what lies ahead.

What is happening now has happened before.

Nothing is new under the sun.

The story continues…

He lengthened his stride and waited for them to catch up with him as he got to the door and sensing them not far off opened the door. He could hear the waves of the water from a distance and the car moving above. It was night as the cars seemed to pass less. 

It was time to move above and find the rest of his crew. The journey is almost over and the need to get the sword is stronger than before. He can sense it more strongly calling out to him. He fought the urge to look for it. Why was it stronger right now? Looking at the men, get back to work.. Shouting was necessary and sensing the disorder around made it worse. Storming out of the hole as he came to the top. 

Something was not right, the sense was gone. Hmm it was unusually quiet walking down the lane. No one in sight is easy to sense around for the men. A thump lets him know that he has reached his destination. Looking at the orange door as men and women go in and out. 

The music was loud as he weaved his way through the crowd. Getting to the end, he walked through the bronze gate. 

What are you doing here? Stepping into the room, he plunged his knife into him before another word was spoken. All looked stunned and unable to move. Walked past into the far end. He needs to get to the bottom of all this, this was his thing. Killing was something he gets his pleasure from. Feeling the anger of not having the sword, he let it wash over him as he reached the end of the line. It was only a boy. 

There are more than twenty of your men scattered and I can help you find the sword, said the boy. He nodded, I wish Cassa was with me. I could do with her help. Stay close, I might need you… as he walked back as he let the room change colour with his palm open. 

Frightening, the boy stayed close, seeing the bodies on the floor. They got out and let the door slammed shut behind. 

Leading the way, the boy stepped in front and turned right. 

Let’s return, as the scene disappeared. Cassa looked at both of them not wanting to believe that Athen had just killed all those for pleasure. 

Oh no, she taught. It is all good conjuring and looking at others but this was Athen and even though she knew he was capable of it. She did not want to believe and trust them. What makes them any different? 

Do you not believe us? Said Nwe 

As she drew closer, everything you see is real and we are real as Amiya was when he killed her.

The memory of Amiya flashed and bought uncomfortable feeling

to be continue… previous stories link below:

© Hannah M Vandi

Thanks so much for stopping by.

I seem to like the short story in the moment 🙂

This is a journal of imaginative mind, fiction and also not much editing letting the words flow. Come back next week to see what happens. For as humans we need to be creative, use imagination and be the best version of ourself. Just like our Father wants us to be.

Who knows the mind of a human, only God!

I do love the Lord and I love that you took the time to read my blog. Bless you.

Have a wonderful day 🙂

https://hannahmvandi.com/creative-writing/

All pictures are mine, with a touch of editing app adding

2 thoughts on “Walking into the unknown

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s