!qw2cdBTZAc 03/18/11(Fri)22:53 No.14291638|
>>"I think this is appropriate, even. After all, like the judge says," He lowers it down towards your left eye, almost gently. The Don's lips part in an eerie smile. "Justice is blind."
>>The world is dark as night to you. You feel the metal man release you, and you fall to your hands and knees, feeling the ground around you. You feel terror in not knowing what is around you, thinking of a bottomless abyss.
>>Then, the numbness stops.
>>You scream, clutching at your face, the pain and horror of your affliction leaving you writhing for a few minutes.
>>You have learned the meaning of fear.
>>You have learned the feeling of true pain.
>>A short, silent car ride later, they haul you out of the back, walking you across the familiar pavement. You fall a few times.
>>After what seems like forever, they open the wooden doors, and you feel the warmth of the church as they hurl you inside. "That took forever." You hear one of them say as the door shuts.
>>You feel the felt carpet on your body. The warm air of the church surrounds you.
>>Father O'Malley is silent for a moment, as he runs over to you. "Oh god, Gabriel, your face-"
>>You walk slowly, carefully, to the edge of the roof, for the first time in your life afraid of heights. You hear the other gargoyle on this roof move.
>>"You can't see..." He says, suddenly realizing as he looks at you a bit more. "Why can't you see?"
>>"There's not a simple reason." You say, pausing. "I suppose because the world isn't fair."
>>The two of you talk late into the night, till in the morning two solemn statues hang off of the church's roof.
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