The One Who Visits Me when I’m Asleep

She woke up and saw nothing but darkness. Tried to find the light, but nothing was there. She got nothing to hold on, nothing to see, nothing to hear. Just darkness and that deafening silence. Breath in; breath out. She tried to put her hand on her chest to feel her heartbeat but she couldn’t move.

“What’s going on?” she asked to herself. Just then the silence was broken by a shy buzzing noise. It went in crescendo until it was so lout it hurt her ears and pressed her head. She tried to take her hands to her ears to make that terrible noise stop, but nothing happened. Then she could start to see. Her eyes were getting used to that darkness and she could distinguish shadows. She didn’t knew how much she would hate to have her sight back. Just then, she saw this tall figure, waving at her. Doing nothing but waving at her. Her heart was pounding in her chest.

“What the hell?” She thought. Then that tall figure started approaching and she could start tracing its face. It had two small white eyes and a huge wide smile, but it was emotionless. It just kept waving and waving; and the sound was buzzing and buzzing. She closed her eyes and started counting her breathe. One. Two. Three. Four. She went on and on until her heart slowed down. The buzzing was deafening. Then she furiously opened her eyes and found herself in her bed. She quickly opened the light and saw that nothing was there. “It was all a nightmare,” she thought. Or was it…?

  • Tate’yana Knight

    How is a smile considered emotionless? Also, you should work on grammar.