Dare To Dream Alone: An Experimental Short Story

This is an experimental short story based on the random sentences I picked and noted down from the the audio book (The Wall of Darkness – Sir Arthur C. Clarke). At the end, you can read the original sentences that were taken from the audio book. It’s fun to brainstorm and find a story. All my fellow writers, please do try if you wish. Enjoy!

Dare To Dream Alone

dare-to-dream-alone

Once I knew this place well but it seemed like I do not remember at all. While climbing the great rock, my dear friend asked me,

“Would you reach to the other world?”

The voice intrigued my mind. I could get the hint of the future but I couldn’t. And I was still too young to understand the challenge. The excursion of that geographical land was like studying the history.

“My father showed it to me from the same spot long before you were born.” My deliberate attempt to ignore him was failed again.

Premonition smiled at me attracting my attention to somewhere, somewhere in the deeper darkness. And I destroyed something beautiful while pretending to hide. But he has played a greater part in my life and without him I would be collapsing into the clouds and waiting to become the loneliest king of the universe.

Below are the lines which are used to create the above story:

Attention to somewhere

Would you reach to the other world

I do not remember

Once I knew this place well

Climbing the great richer rock

My father showed it to me from the same spot long before you were born

Deeper darkness

Hint of the future

Still too young to understand the challenge

Study the history

But one has played a greater part in his life

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