posted on Feb, 14 2007 @ 04:17 PM
What was going through my mind?
Was everything that would go through anyones mind after witnessing something following you in the sky, and then a mysterious green light sprouting out
of crops after you crashed your car into a ditch.
All in the middle of nowhere.
Aliens, Extra-Terrestrials, UFO's, Abductions, Green Big-Black-Round-Eyed Human-like creatures with ray guns,....Intelligent Design.
Of course, aren't green creatures just a stupid way to look at aliens? Is it not every doubters thought of what other life looks like? Maybe I was
about to find out. Still, I didn't know because I was one of the doubters. I never bothered to take a minute of my precious life to ponder, wonder if
we're not alone. Or, or if we're being watched. Simply, because I dont think were being watched. We are the lonesome only living creatures in our
universe, despite its wide range. I think my outlook on aliens changed that night. It changed forever.
I stood wide eyed on the road to oblivion. The cold wind corressed my face and my hands turned pale. The aurora beamed in the fields, but without
sound to accompany it, it wasn't as brilliant. It wasnt fireworks in the sky. Someone mixed up the cables, you just couldnt hear anything. Curiousity
took the best of me. I started walking, slowly toward the crops. Step by step to the right, nearing another ditch where a fence stretched along the
shadowed horizon. Then someone fixed the cables. A thrusting boom bursted in the crops, the road shook, it felt like an earthquake. I toppled to the
cold pavement. "Im dreaming, this is..this isnt even real, this is dumb!" Except in my mind, It was the opposite. I was soaking in a pool of my own
hypocricy. I told myself my mind was tricking me, but my mind was trying to tell me it wasnt.
The light was gone, it disapeared.
I took my time but got up and decided if the lights gone, any fear I had should be gone too. I walked over and ran down the ditch, stopping at the
fence. The light had appeared about 100 feet ahead of me. It was far but wouldnt take long to get too. I jumped the fence and fell to the dirt below.
I smashed my face against a fallen peice of corn on the ground. I dont know what it was, God, Karma, whoever it was, they couldnt get enough of
watching me lose hope. They liked to rub it in. Explode my car, you rubbed it in. But litterly rub in a peice of dead corn into my face? Too far. I
got up, aggravated but still curious, and regrouped myself. I started running, smacking the corn to the side so it wouldnt smack me in the face. I was
This was the spot. I clearly remembered, this was where the light was. Why wasnt it here? Was it a hallucination? No, it couldnt be. I look crazy. I
was disapointed, but then happy. What if it was a dream! I was at work, I was at home in bed. I was asleep at the wheel, anything but this. No, I
wasnt asleep, I was awake in the middle of a corn field with no ways of contact or transportation. I slumped down to the ground and put my hands in my
face. I was just tired, and weak, I couldnt go on and do something now. I needed to rest. Maybe I would fall asleep and check for cars coming down the
road in the morning. But what if one came while I sleeped? I hated having so many question in my mind, they kept me wondering and thinking. It made me
feel depressed. I wanted a solution to the question, but could not get one.
I decided to lay down and go to sleep, wait for the sun to come up.
I closed my eyes, but they wouldnt stay shut for long. I heard rustling in the crops, movement. I opened my eyes a little, and peered through my
half-shut eyelids. Something was in front of me. Should I Get up and defend myself...or wait. I was to weak to attack someone, to weak to defend
myself. I lay still and saw a foot. What the...It wasnt..wasnt human. It was an animal, I thought. No...no, their were only two feet..like, like a
human. I could hear my heart pounding through my chest.
I heard them. They were talking
[edit on 14-2-2007 by KyleHalv6]