“I am sorry to be the one to tell you this my dear, dear child,” a dark and sinister voice hissed out from the top of the bed, “but your mother and that waste of flesh that is your father are getting what you humans call a divorce.” The darkness from above hissed ever so ominously to the small boy in the corner of the room.
The young, large blue eyed blond haired child looked up to his one and only friend, looking deeply into the dull serpent yellow eyes that others would shriek away from, “what is this Divorce thing Aroich?” he asked in a quite whisper, his voice soft, kind and gently.
Ah… yes my child, I forget at times how innocent to the way of this shallow world you truly are,” the darkness hissed once more, “A divorce my child is a splitting of a family… it is the ending of love, a betraying action of this heart your fellow humans open so blindly to the trial it ensues.” The darkness paused for a moment as its eyes drew closer to the young innocent child. It means the ending of the father and of the mother… but most sadly my young friend it means that your family never truly loved the idea of love nor the harvest of its cause; namely my dear child… you.”
“It means Kevin, that they have broken their vow to love each other and one another before the eyes of their true father, that they have fallen from the grace of love; the vow of prosperity; the ideal of oneness; togetherness and sadly they blame you for their loss of love, the birth of their sin.” The darkness said.
“As I have taught you in our nightly teachings my dear young friend, what happens when one breaks a vow put forth to them by the father? Aroich asked him.
“It becomes a sin.” Kevin quickly answered as he buried his head into his lap.
“And what becomes of those that sin?” Aroich asked the young child.
“Death to those that caused the sin,” Kevin stated once more.
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Published August 27, 2010
by Veenstra Publishing.
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Crime, Horror, Literature & Fiction.