Dazzling White Light,
She didn’t give up the Fight.
Soaring in the power,
She was the reason behind the Sparkling Shower.
Her youngest sister was writhing in pain. She couldn’t just stand there watching from the hedges but she knew she couldn’t really do anything either. If she were alone, she wouldn’t even be thinking before jumping into the clearing, but right now she had three younger sisters with her and they just couldn’t meet the same fate as her youngest sister. However, all this still didn’t give her the pass to gape from the distance and thus, she trusted herself and her spirit to be able to do what was necessary; it was imperative that her power worked: this was “do or die” and she decided to go into the clearing with her sisters by her side.
The girls kept sprinting until they reached the clearing where their helpless sister lay. The gunmen seeing the young girls approach them without any pronounced weapon, rejoiced in glee. Little did they know that the one among them would be the reason for their subsequent deaths. The girls reached the gunmen right when their captured sibling lost consciousness. New prey had come running into their territory, what more could those predators hope for? The men fought the girls as if they were a couple of ants and they were just on the verge of victory when a Dazzling White Light engulfed them, blinding them for life.
The sisters, however, were not the slightest bit affected by the Light though they were taken by surprise and amazement at the sudden occurrence. The eldest of them all didn’t look perplexed, on the contrary, she seemed calmer than ever because she was the source of the light.
The young man was going to ask the angelic figure a series of other important questions when suddenly a large crowd of peculiarly dressed men and women entered his shack and carried the young man on their shoulders toward the crackling fire. The crowd sang and carolled all along in merry tones and gently put the young man down. The medic who had cured the man from his formerly weak state was there too. She however, was neither singing nor smiling kindly; instead she kept muttering something under her breath as if she intuitively knew that something big was approaching.