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What Must Become of Dreamers?WHAT MUST BECOME OF DREAMERS?What Must Become of Dreamers? by Koahara
“Once, when I was young, and no more than a few years old, and at the mercy of society and being 'too young to understand,' I wished to grow old. I did not know the meaning of that wish; I did not know the meaning of that dream. Wishes, when made, tend to evolve into something larger than themselves – dreams.
Dreams often are portrayed to be pleasant, and associated with some form of goodness. But what happens when that dream is realized? After all, nothing guarantees that the nature of the dream will turn out exactly as one wished.
My dream was to grow old. I wished this at a young age. And, as time progressed, this wish turned into a dream, and, in turn, it became a dream I wanted to see reflected in reality. My dream of growing old, then, could be described as an idealistic dream, and something of a childish fantasy, for the consequences were without their darker halves. I fancie
A Certain Bet of a WidowerA CERTAIN BET OF A WIDOWERA Certain Bet of a Widower by Koahara
Wintertide fell upon the land – and this tide of winter showed no mercy. The air never seemed so suffocating, so weighed down by the bitter cold, as it did then. It was as if the winter was taking its vengeance upon all of those who thrived in the springtime and upon all of the lives birthed under its clement reign. Winter had longed to cease the many givings of spring. And, at last, the chance had arrived, for the cold hands of winter soon held the landscape in its icy grip. Winter sought to take all away from those who now lived. It sought to remind them of pain, of death, and of their place in this natural world. The snow and ice would be the vessels of that purpose, for they would serve as graves for many. Such would keep the living at winter’s mercy, forever yearning for the arrival of spring in their pitiful state.
Their wishes were made in vain – spring did not arrive when called or wished upon. It did not come at their
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