Pierre Heinen

The red button

Black as the night, my feelings are falling down from the sky, eating the sun. Happiness is drown in the floods of my mourning and the sky isnt blue anymore. Death has suddenly arrived and expelled high spirits. It's all in good cause. Or is it not?

I am a murderer. I butchered more man, woman and children than any other man before. But I did not raise a weapon. I didnt even look in the eyes of my victims. I just pushed a button.

The red button in this cold office on this new spaceship where I am still sitting. I didnt look out of the window. I know the planet is no more. I know I destroyed the planet I was born on. Tears are gathering in my eyes.

Black. I dont want to see anything, anymore.

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 09/18/2007.

 

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Auf Payla, der lukrativsten Provinz des Knigreiches Lotanko, neigt sich der Sommer des Jahres 962 dem Ende entgegen. Die schier unerschpflichen Goldvorrte der Insel lassen Machthungrige Plne schmieden und ihre gierigen Klauen ausfahren. Wer den Winter berstehen will, muss um sein Leben kmpfen, wer ber die Goldinsel herrschen will, muss in den Krieg ziehen.

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