Author: Grace.WILL.fall PM
uh.. this is about these not really humans trying to break free from their controled lives. but its a little harder then they think with the twist and turns the controlers give them it makes it just as much harder for them to live a life they want. .. -Rated: Fiction T - English - Fantasy/Drama - Chapters: 26 - Words: 29,651 - Reviews: 2 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 07-25-12 - Published: 01-11-12 - Status: Complete - id: 2987589
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We made our way to town square as a habit I ran my finger a crossed the wall in till the walk way grew wider and the wall disappeared opening up to the cool night of town square. A huge group of chemicals had begun to gather. The little kids shouted after one another, running wild like little balls of energy. The scene was quite normal, it never changed. The town square was literally a square filled with blue grass incased by dirt packed buildings that from a little kids eyes seemed to poke holes into the sky. Blue grass wasn't like my sweet purple grass, it wasn't as soft or bouncy but it was better than dirt and it did bring some comfort. In the center of the square was a long stage were most of our "important" things took place. The stage wasn't much it was made out of scraps of multicolored wood. "Well shall we begin?" asked Grace who had stopped at the end of the almost gone hallway not yet on the grass. It was odd this was not Grace's first rain and she was very nervous even Devon who had never seen Grace do this looked at me confused and worried. Grace shook out her arms fiercely and sighed deeply as she stepped onto the grass; every chemical turned their eyes on her even the ones still spilling in from other doorways. Devon and I followed behind her as she made her way to the makeshift stage a fake smiled plastered on her face. As Grace mounted the stairs everyone erupted in cheers people screaming like she was something new. Grace threw her arms up in response a true smile spreading a crossed her face, "Now now," Grace said hushing the crowed at once. "I won't bore you with a long speech or anything because the rain is here already." Just as the words left her mouth the rain began to fall softly and lightly and our body's soaked it in like an everlasting drug.
We all knew it wouldn't really start in till Graces music did. "Ah right on time," Grace said raising her head up toward the sky letting the rain fall onto her face and run down her neck further and further down. "Well you know the rules kids when the music changes and the rain falls harder it's time for the little ones to leave. Other than that let's have some fun!" as soon as Grace finished several chemicals raced up on stage with her. Devon and I had a little spot all to our self with less chemicals and more room to breathe. Her music never came softly like the rain, it hit hard throwing us into motion. There was no way to describe her music it was something of beauty that got you out of your skin made you move smoothly yet hard. Not a single chemical was standing still every one of us moved with the music in a rhythm that didn't match yet fat together in some strange yet magical way. Most years I never opened my eyes I just danced blindly, but most years I was alone or just didn't care how I looked. But things were different this year, Devon was here. My body was with the music but my mind was elsewhere, I would open my eyes and watch him. His hair soaked and flying around his head, he moved like he had done this before with such grace it hurt. I didn't feel so alone with Devon when the music played my eyes would shift through colors, all I knew was the cause of this was the music it had some weird effect on my mood. I had always kept my eyes closed because although we are all weird my eyes seemed to freak everybody out especially when they did that, I never got to enjoy the view of the dance for fear of scaring every one away. But Devon was like me his hair did the same, I will admit that his hair was less frightening then my eyes but it made me feel less alone, less of a freak. I felt joy to know that there was someone like me out there who couldn't hide their emotions no matter how hard they tried and it filled me with even more joy to know that that person was standing right next to me doing the same thing.