5. after the blue
I wake up at night, it's pitch black, and Evan is above me, holding my shoulders.
"Amnesia. You woke up!"
"Yes, I did."
I say, sarcastically, and get up off the hard dirt ground.
"I thought you were dead"
"Why didn't you check for a pulse?"
"That's what I did. "
He turns pail, knowing he could have done better.
"Tidal wave from global warming."
"You weren't fast enough, the wave picked you up. You can't swim. You blacked out. I had tho go into the wave tho get you. When it we're off, I was tired because I was carrying you, and was taking for air, so I blacked out as well."
"I remember in school, that teachers would warn us about things like this. They called it, the snowball affect. A comet hit the earth, leaving half of it into a cold, winter desert like climate. We were left but it f destroyed some major important things that would have kept the world from falling apart, like out did. Now all we can wait for is the alpha.
I stop a second, to think of all the pain and sorrow we're going through, and how it's said to pay off, when the alpha does come.
We walk home, too see the worst disaster I've seen in a long time.