Zombie Kiss Chapter 2: Verdict
Blood gushed from the white rabbit’s stomach.
Its fur turned red like a bloody cotton ball. The tender membrane on its ear tore apart. The white rabbit limped its way slowly. It could stop moving any moment.
I followed it, every step bringing me closer to darkness.
Darkness from a black, bottomless ‘hole’.
But when I took my eyes off it for a moment, the rabbit disappeared, leaving me behind in this ‘rabbit hole’ all alone.
Like Alice who lost sight from the White Rabbit.
In…the labyrinthine blackness in my heart.
That was…the wide rabbit hole in me.
‘All the world’s a stage’ was a quote from Shakespeare that I agree with. Humans are actors, destined to live. When they die, their roles end, no different from a puppet with severed strings.
I never thought of myself higher than others. I never felt disgust, envy, or love. To put it simply, I was apathetic towards other beings in my species. In my eyes, humans and ants are the same, just living things driven along to the day they perish.
It was a fact, but this world condemned people like me as ‘twisted’. They say I stepped over a line that can never be crossed.
However, to live smoothly in this world, I had to wear the mask of ‘a regular human being’ and play along with roles given to me. Still, no matter how well I pretended I was normal, the rabbit hole never disappear.
It grew wider and darker.
I let the rabbit hole embrace me.
When I reached out my hand, darkness swallowed it like a hungry animal. In a round pit where darkness lives…
My hand touched something…
“Ariya! Are you listening!?!” Continue reading