The landscape was vast and visibility stretched for miles in all directions. I stood and looked in all directions trying to get my bearings to try and figure out exactly where I was. I looked to the sky hoping to find a constellation that would help me at least determine which direction was north. But the sky was completely dark, the type of dark that seems to envelope your very soul. I looked left and right hoping to find some sort of landmark but the darkness from above was settling onto the ground like a dense fog reducing the visibility immediately from miles to mere inches. With the darkness closing in I suddenly felt very cold and quite alone. This loneliness began to seep into my very soul draining me of energy. I felt like the lone survivor of a devastating catastrophe and wondered how long this feeling would last until I was overcome myself.


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