Here He Is, But Now Gone

Doyle walks outside in the streets of shame. The strangers are with wide-open grins chitty chatters by cruising all over. His smile is downwards by shedding tears of water. The tears keep coming down his rotten face image.

His fists bump all over his stomach. People grin at him all the time in a heckling motion. His body turns to leaves while all of his body parts blow in the wind. Doyle is now full of a bucket of leaves rolling all over the sky. People shout out with wild wolf noises. Doyle is now a Fall of leaves traveling in the sky passing through the crowd.

The Sky Eye

Strangers are going out in public to stores, restaurants, etc. It is a nice day right now. It is in a blue sky and white clouds. It looks as if nothing wrong will happen at this moment.

But, the sky changes into an eye with red pupils. Most people began to look suspicious at it. They begin to be concerned. The eye beams red lasers from its pupils. Strangers start to get hurt and injured. They bleed, their arms, legs, and hands fall apart.

The eye continues to destroy everything in its path. For example, buildings, streets, and strangers begin dying. Through the horror, all the people are now dead. The eye appears from a demon who wanted to do damage to this friendly town. It is now a disaster town.

The eye from the demon disappears, but the day has turned to blood red.

Hakuna-matata Method

“Why are you so glum, Daryll?” dad asked.

“I don’t feel happy, because I don’t have any friends. I will never be happy.” Daryll said.

“I am worried,” Daryll said.

Why don’t you try the Hakuna-matata method, son.” dad said.

“What’s that?” Daryll asked.

“It means no worries, no troubles,” dad told him.

“Does it work?” Daryll asked.

Suddenly he feels a little bit good.

“Yeah, of course it does! It takes all your worries and troubles away,” dad told him.

“I like the sound of that!” Daryll cried happily. He is now confident that he will gain friends.

FYI:

Hakuna-matata is a Swahili Language phrase from South Africa, the meaning is “no worries, no troubles.”.