Chapter Two

When I’d had enough of my guitar, I walked to the computer in my kitchen. It was a cheap, shabby old thing, that ran as slowly as a Turtle. I rolled my eyes, waiting for the dark screen to glow to life. But eventually, it did.

I spent a lot of time on there, which wasn’t unusual for me. But I did have to get off some time. So after about an hour of computer time, I made myself some cereal. I ate it quickly, and pondered on what to do for the day.

After a while, I decided to go out and get some fresh air. I went on a walk around the cliffs, looking down at the deep blue water at the bottom. Water always calmed me, for some reason. I have no idea why; maybe because blue is a calming colour; or maybe because I felt at home when under water; I don’t know. All I do know, is that water was the only thing that could calm me down when I was stressed or angry.

Frowning, I squinted, as I saw something moving, like a white eel swimming in the stream. But that was impossible; eels never came to England; let alone white ones. I peered at the white streak, trying to focus on it, but it got fuzzier and fuzzier. Suddenly I blacked out, which wasn’t good for me- I was leaning over the edge of a large cliff, leaning right off the edge. But I didn’t fall; I just appeared in the water.

I could see the white streak now. It wasn’t an eel; it was a glimmering light of some sort, so I must’ve been dreaming, because the eel would be more possible. I frowned as I tried to swim closer towards it, but I couldn’t swim any farther.

The End

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