!!9x1vEuGv9ER 11/14/10(Sun)21:11 No.12800114|
>It would seem the world we were now sent to would be mercifully somber. I'd had quite enough of noise and feverish, thoughtless action to last me one hundred lifetimes and I wanted nothing more than silence.
>Silence would not be what I found there. Even as I gazed down at the nearing planet, I could hear it. This world was not white enough, but its unfeeling, ashen grey boiled with a hidden malice all the same.
>The white, barely hidden, covering every speck of land on the planet. Its quickening, hammering heartbeat diffused, distorted as it reached my ears in its hungering haste. A low, terrible humming, roaring, buzzing sound, spitting the feel of death out at me even as we approached to land on the surface.
Joseph voiced his concern, but I would not lie to him, nor would I worry him further with the truth. I waited silently for him to leave.