"The first fall of snow is not only an event, it is a magical event. You go to bed in one kind of a world and wake up in another quite different, and if this is not enchantment then where is it to be found?"J. B. Priestley
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Едно местенце за пикник нагоре по пътя. Вероятно преди се е ползвало доста, но сега предполагам, че не се ползва. Вие обичате ли да ядете сред природата ?
А picnic spot up the road. Probably previously used a lot, but now I guess it is not used. Do you like to eat in naturе
; where you gonna go, like that?
Light fell on your tongue, your eyes, and your hair was frosted by the snow. Dying stars, you called them, the universe's autumn. The stars turned soft, their weight became airy-light, as they would trickle down to your feet.
Stars never exploded, you thought, they fell. They danced as they would be carried by the atmosphere, laid to peace, melting on the surface of the world their light once shone upon.
On one end the light would fade into the dark and the other it would live on, the two swing back and forth never finding balance in the middle.
You remember the time you found yourself in your room away from the screams, pretending you were asleep so you wouldn't have to see the darkness creeping in.
You remember staying late at school because it was better than home at the time, you remember because everytime you'd step in the house the wilderness was tamed by the night, by the stars.
Where winter was truly autumn for the stars, you became one of them, floating past the clouds amongst a million others almost like you.
One gave itself to the river, another to the fir tree, but you - you survived longer than everyone else, laying at the tip of the mountain.
You'd found a new home away from the chaos that filled the one before.