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The World Will End in Rain
The four sat upon the roof. They rarely moved. Mostly just shifted positions from time to time, while thinking of their lives before the rain. The girl, an ambitious artist, stared at her hands mostly, probably longing for a pen and a flat surface to express the building emotions. Her pack beside her contains a few items, an E-journal, a photo album and some nik-nak things she collects. The three men often paced, checked supplies that they had gathered and most of the time bickered about this and that. The main topic was whether they should move, try to find other people, more provisions.
"What have we got to lose, our lives?" Flex argued.
"Yea, for one thing," Caleb seemed the most self centered of the group.
"Its not like we have anything left of a life, now is it? We've got no
families, no friends, theres aliens overtaking our planet and we won't last more than a few weeks at best," Flex Connor knew his survival tacti
The World Ended in Rain
Access date: Oct. 15, 2152. 04:51.
Record Title: the day the world ended.
Record Author: Bernard, Arabella.
: I've sat here for at least an hour now, just trying to think of how to start. I guess my title needs a little explaining. Everything has ended. Not in the sense that all life on earth is dead... yet. But in the sense of all those zombie movies you see. I'll try to start from what I consider the beginning.
Two weeks ago, the rain started. This wasn't just any rain. It was rain that would turn you. Turn you into what I guess you could call water zombies. Yeah, I know it is stupid. But there isn't much else to call them except for aliens. Really, they're humans that have been killed -drowned- to become hosts to an alien race. We don't know much more than that. Other than if you drown, well... your insides are carved out to make room for the aliens to form. Basically,
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