alone chained to the pillar he thinks of what hes become and almost welcomes the sun ,glass ceiling was shattered long ago ....wind moves across his
face ,a tremor of fear rises as light from the sun starts crawling down the walls ,inch by inch ...it moves a steady pace ...he bigins to moan like
a wounded animal ...thrashing about he tries to break the chains ..to no avail,slowly the light is almost apon him...he stops moving and stares at
the light as it comes almost in reach ,a kind of facination ....its been so long ....so long ....mouth open his scream rips threw the broken crumbling
walls of this ruined fortress ...as the light touchs ..then moves like fire across his body ....wracking it with pain he thrashs ,screaming and burning
and with a bright flash hes gone reduced to ashs ,and silence falls across the room ..all thats left is ash's floating in the air pushed by the wind
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