A Dream Come TrueA Dream Come True by fennecfox13
I still can't believe that this happened. I'm still mind blown and trying to process everything. Who would have thought that me of all people. I'm sorry you must be so confused right now. Let me tell you the story.
It all began after I had graduated from university majoring in theatre. Like many people who have gone through the grueling years of school to get here, there was a dream. It was a dream to one day make it big as an actor. My dream was a little different. I wanted to try something else. I decided that I wanted to take a trip away from my little home in Canada and see what kind of opportunities England may have to offer.
It took some time but I finally came up with a plan on how I was going to go about this England trip. I decided to turn it into a tip around Europe with no specific time limit. Yes, I understood that it was a tad risky considering I had a very interesting and colorful conversation with my boss. In the end I was on my way to my first location in Germany.
The ForsakenThe winds warned of this night,The Forsaken by alTered-Affliction
A night I had hoped would never come.
The cloaked figures came running through our village,
And our lives would never be the same as the horror unfolded.
The dark ones came and took the children,
Bound and gagged one by one.
The women fared no better,
Perhaps worse, for all anyone could tell.
The rest of us were dragged off,
Forced to march to an eerie, silent beat.
To the gallows we were sent,
Ropes bound our weary necks as gritty tears flowed down our cheeks.
Our fates not yet sealed,
A cry sounded out.
Each noose cut free, yet the boards did drop,
Our lives saved as we hit the ground, one by one.
Unleashed from the gallows,
Only to be enslaved and forced
To grovel at the boots of our captors
They laughed as our prayers went unanswered for so long.
Yet one night, again,
The winds did howl and screech,
Just as they did so long ago.
Our captors would know the terror they had inflicted upon us.
The drumbeats sounded loudly,
As sharp metal clashed a