The world is such an beautiful place during the night. To see a gleaming light right above, shining down to help guide your every steps, foot by foot. Then you begin to see a light approaching as the cars pass by. They honk but your not listening. Your just worried about getting to your distantion. Then a forsaken life crosses your path. You stop to say hello. Their only response is have you seen the glow of the halo, that circulates the moon. You ask them can you point it out. They grab your hand and point to the direction. You say all i see are stars and clouds. They reach in their pocket and hand you a key. They say shallow this key and it will unlock the unknown beauties of the universe. You shallow the key without hesitation. All of a sudden your eyes become heavy and all the colors start to become transparent. You look upon the moon and the halo is visible. Your mind begins to float towards the halo. Your now by the moons side. You wander looking for another soul. Then you come across, a hutched down being. You ask them whats wrong. They say I lost someone today. You have no other option but to give them your key and turn their egg sunny side up. They say but ive already had my key. You say well take it just in case you have to unlock future locks. They say thanks i might need this later on. So as your mind becomes once again locked. You float back down to the world and wonder will i ever see the halo ever again. They tell you that their unable to make anymore keys. That was the last one. So you begin walking under the night sky trying to find another source to reach that calm and one day see the halo...(and then you wake up on the side of road, saying man that was a wild night.)
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