I'm the monkey, lost with the banana in time. Strong willed and foolishness incarnate. All want and desperation , with fear of losing your attention.
Human beings are fragile and so we are pawns set to play out the wonderful chess board of life without knowing of our unmistakable and eminent passing by the hands of the son Adam and that of the daughter of Eve.
one of my latest and least appreciated past times, that of the weisel with the can that no one comands.
One glassy eye looks at the infalible law
the other looks at a clean brick canvas
To do or not do...Graffitti
Ink and spray cans, trichromatic bottles and multi colored vans.
Every different wall and every different land.
We're all taking down our uncle Sam.
Chapter 1: Sector seven
" subject still in comatose,reaction to experimental substances minimal." said a man in a white lab coat. the subject was motionless and weak ,a mere fourteen year old boy. yet appearances proved to be quite erratic.
the boy looked as pale as snow,with big gray eyes that twinkled quiksilver ,and a head of soft white hair. truly,not the complexion of any average youth.
suddenly,the aluminum double doors to the laboratory were kicked open. A man in a brown leather trench coat bursts through.
"I don't care how much it'll take ,show me the boy now !" he boomed with authority.
"...But sir...we...general,that is." said a diminutive man a step behind of him.
"Yessir,sorry sir" responded the small doctor while simultaneously producing a series of awkard army salutes.
" Now" the general said as his steel-toed boots clanked their way to the operation table.
"Let me see him"
"Yes, General Bashkir, as you wish" obliged the scientist next to the boy.
The general stared at the flat screens showing the hearbeat and neural responses of the boy, he shrugged." you're lucky to be alive after all we've done to you, useless swine."
He growled and grabbed the boy by the shirt collar,pulling him close to his eye-level,a towering height of six feet and four inches.
"You two" Baskir said to the scientist and the doctor," take care of this."
They pair hurridly took the boy from the general's grip and back out the room's heavy double doors.
"Relax Leo" said the doctor to the other man," the boy isn't your fault."
Leo eyes' concentrated on the poor limb body between them. " I know that but,this... this is just to much . This is just wrong."
A shake took over the lab . Toppling the two men to the floor. Pieces of the wall tiles cracked and started to litter the ground.
" great another eathquake, that's the fifth this week!" said the scared short man.
But it wasn't an earthquake, and little did they know, that a war was on it's wake