Tuesday, 29 May 2012
09:24:31 PM (GMT)
“A Second Dimension? What? No way…” Fae Woodrow said, sitting in a pathetic
school desk in the cluttered room, in disbelief as she looked at her friend Mark
Schroeder. He had medium dark brown hair and blue eyes. He had an average body shape.
He wore a band t-shirt with blue jeans. He was considered a loner, even though he
hung out with friends all the time.
“It’s true though.” Mark responded.
“How do you know? Have you ever been there?” Fae asked skeptically. A nearby boy
with short dark red hair looked over at the two overhearing them speak of the rumored
“No, I just…know.” Mark said looking at Fae. Fae was five feet and two inches
tall. She had brown wavy hair that came just above her breasts. She had orange eyes,
and she had a tan-yellow skin tone from the Native American blood that ran through
her veins. She was skinny and petite. She wore a black tank top dress that had white
skeletons on it all over. The top part was kind of like a corset, the bottom flailed
out some. It ended several inches above her knees and her feet bore black flats. She
flicked her head to fix her bangs, which came from the right of her scalp and
partially covered her left eye. Fae crossed her arms over her C-cup chest
“I don’t think there actually is a Second Dimension…” Fae said. “There’s
no way that’s possible. You’re crazy, Mark…” Fae said snickering. Mark
“I believe him; I think there is a Second Dimension…” The boy who’d watched
them said. He looked at Mark and smiled kindly before getting up and walking to Fae
and Mark. Fae looked up at the boy; he was obviously taller than her by at least five
to seven inches. He was slender and his red hair with purple highlights came just
past his ear, it was layered and lay on the back of his neck. His bangs parted at the
left side of his scalp and mostly covered his right blue eye. He had an air of
playfulness about him. Fae smiled some.
“Who are you?” Fae asked blinking after carefully hiding her smile. The boy
looked kind of hurt.
“Are you serious, Fae?” The boy asked. Fae nodded. “Blade…” The boy said.
Fae just gazed at him, her eyes glazed over. “Blade Courrier…” He said again.
Fae waited a minute.
“Who?” Fae asked. Blade hung his head sadly before looking up at Fae with puppy
“Really?? I’m in most of your classes, have been since freshman year, why are
you so mean?? I thought we were friends…” Blade tried. “We kind of lost contact
some over the summer because I was going through some stuff…” Blade tried again,
giving Fae the benefit of the doubt. Fae thought for a minute then shrugged and shook
her head. “Oh…you’re so mean…” Blade whined. Fae blinked.
“Oh, wait! Did your hair use to be blue?” Fae asked. Blade looked up.
“Yeah!” Blade said hopefully and happily.
“Ohhhh…” Fae started with a smile. “I…don’t remember you.” Fae said
smiling an airheaded smile. Blade basically collapsed to the floor in anguish. Mark
looked at the guy and sighed.
“Poor guy…” Mark said. Fae giggled.
“I’m just joking, of course I remember you. Do you honestly think I’m that
dense?” Fae asked. “It’s hard to forget friends.” Fae said a smile on her
lips. Blade looked up at Fae like an excited puppy.
“Really??” Blade asked. “You remember me??” Blade asked again.
“Yeah, I remember you…” Fae said patting Blade’s head. “So, tell me what
you know about this “Second Dimension”, Blade.” Fae said still looking at Blade
who instantly got serious.
“I don’t know too much about it, but I know it’s not like they portray it on
television. It’s not like there’s another you. There are lots of different
species and hardly any humans. Actually they say that not one person is human, no
matter how much they look it. If you do find a human, you’d be able to tell and
they’d have gotten lost in the Second Dimension more than likely. It’s really
difficult to get to the other dimension though.” Blade explained.
“Yeah, also, there is supposively an evil Covent-or there is going to be.” Mark
added. Blade nodded in agreement. Both boys were looking at Fae now.
“An evil Covent? Really? Filled with what, vampires and demons? Let’s throw in
Werewolves for good measure.” Fae said looking between the two boys. Mark
“Maybe, I don’t know, I’ve never been there, remember?” Mark said with a
chuckle. Fae messed with a strand of her hair.
“So, how do you two even know this much about the Second Dimension?” Fae asked.
A short blonde girl paused as she had been walking by when she heard Fae’s words.
She turned pale.
“You guys shouldn’t talk about that kind of stuff…” The girl said looking at
the three fearfully. Fae raised an eyebrow at her.
“Why?” Fae asked staring at the girl, clearly annoyed with her odd behavior.
“Because, bad things happen…” The blonde said before running off. Fae looked
at the boys mockingly before everything froze solid, people, space, clocks,
everything. Fae, Mark, and Blade were the only ones not frozen. They all looked
around confused and bewildered. Fae looked over at the blonde; she was stuck in time,
one leg raised behind her mid-jog, the other supporting her. Fae blinked and looked
at Blade and Mark before everything shuddered.
Fae saw darkness for a long time before she grew aware of herself. She felt as if she
were falling headfirst in the sky or an ocean but in slow motion. She heard the wind
whistle in her ears. She slowly opened her eyes, the school scenery from before was
gone, blackness replaced it. She seemed to be falling in an empty black void. She
could see nothing, save for the blackness. Her eyes might have well been closed, if
not for the slight illumination. Where was it coming from? Her. It was coming from
her body. A soft golden glow illuminated her body. ‘What…is this feeling?
Where…am I? I feel so at peace…I might be falling to my death…is this what it
feels like…to die? I feel serene, like nothing can touch me…like I am in
bliss…Is this…a dream?’ Fae thought before tilting her head to look at whatever
it was she was going to fall onto. Strange thing was though- there was nothing there,
just blackness. She readjusted her head and closed her eyes again. ‘How long with
this last, I wonder?’ Fae thought before growing unconscious of her surroundings
and her being again. The wind blew softly, caressing anything that stood in its
skies, or its path. Fae felt something tickling her in various places. She felt her
back on a solid surface, it was solid but squishy. She felt a soft, warm, comforting
breeze. The sound of trees billowing or grass moving greeted her ears. She felt the
tickling again and opened her eyes. Above her she saw a white clouded blue sky and
the start of a cherry blossom tree, the leaves a light pink. She looked around, long
green grass everywhere around her. While lying down, she couldn’t see past it. She
barely saw the sun but knew it was there, just hidden. She sat up and looked around.
There was green grass around her that came just under her chest. She appeared to be
in a field. In the distance there seemed to be a city. It was then that she realized
she was all alone. Her eyes grew wide and she jumped to her feet. “Mark, Blade??”
Fae cried out. The only response was the howling wind. Her chest tightened with fear.
“Mark??” Fae cried out. “Blade??” Fae cried again. The wind blew again
whipping her hair around her face. She bit her lip before she began walking kind of
hurriedly. “Where are they?? Where am I??” Fae asked herself in a worried
whisper. Fae’s speed increased but suddenly, she couldn’t move and yet she saw
the Earth rushing towards her face. She ended up landing face first in the grass.
“Owwweeee…” Fae whined before picking her face up and looking around.
Last edited: 12 December 2012