The End - SciFi Feature Week Competition Edition

Blurb:

These are humanity’s last days. Everything they hoped for, everything they build is now about to crumble down.
Every experiment for finding other forms of living in other planets has failed. They’re all alone. At least that’s what they think, but is it for real like this?
*** Soundtrack: Chris Brown ft Justin Bieber – Next to you ***


*** I had to re-upload this because of that competition so yeah ***

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3. It's Ending

                                                  2. It’s Ending

 

 

  So here we were, I guess. It was Saturday morning and I was with Denn. It was the last time that I was with him. I didn’t want it to end, but it had to and there was nothing I could do.

 -Denn, wake up! – I told him. I knew he was going to hate me for this, but I just wanted to talk to him for the last time.

 -Why? – he looked at me with a sleepy face.

 -You know why. – I told him with almost a whisper.

  -I told you, I was going to be right next to you even when the sky falls. – Denn told me as he pulled me into a tight hug. It was a great way for the world to end, like this, so peaceful. We stayed like that for a couple of minutes, just cuddling with each-other.

 -It’s happening. – he said after a while, getting up from the bed. He walked into the nearest window. I walked along with him.

 -Yeah. – I told him with a little of amusement hidden in my voice. It doesn’t happen every day to see the world ending. Now, don’t get me wrong. I didn’t want it to end, but since we couldn’t do anything, I might as well just enjoy it.

  I decided to send a goodbye text to everyone in my family, but there were no waves to do that.

 - It’s really coming to an end. – I told Denn, showing to him my phone.

 -Yeah, same for me. – Denn told me, showing me his dead phone.

 We stayed hugged with each-other in front of the window looking how every lamppost in the street was burning in flames. We were waiting for the final explosion, but it never happened. Instead of it, all we could see was some shining. There was no noise, no fire. Nothing. There was nothing. It really looked like everything was now in its end

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