Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Story of 5 Cups

The halfing is deep in thought; should she go after the fallen cups or not?

The river is wild and her hooves weren't made for swimming. What would the others say if they knew she lost 3 of them?

So she gathered up her skirt though she is reluctant to step into the river for she knows she cannot swim; if the water people came, they would pull her into their watery realm and there is no coming back.
What??!! Are you out of your MIND???!!!

Ooohhh, the drama!! Well, have no fear, Dajjal is here! })

Dajjal is the hedonistic Warrior of the Earth, hero to the earth-bound creatures and he told her to come away from the edge... for the cups were lost the moment they fell into the river. Besides, her dress is tattered enough; the river would certainly not improve what's left of her rags...

He said that remorse is a complicated thing and it is made-up of so many components that they blur the mind to the past and the present. We become confused between "what was done that cannot be changed" and "what is not yet done".
Pray, kind Sir. Speak plainly so I may understand. Cryptic messages really don't help right now."

The cups are already swept away by the currents into the past. You cannot go back. Drowning in the process... well, that seems futile and quite counter-productive, doesn't it? ***.... Thinking hard....***
Yeah, so?

"Is there another way?" he asked the halfling.

I dunno... is there?"

}) There's ALWAYS another way...