Woman of Hopelessness
There the girl stood at the top of the stair case, the sounds of the screams echoing down the halls she just ran from.
Quickly she made her way down but soon found herself back where she started.
Everytime she would run down those steps thinking she made it somewhere, she was just back at where she started.
She was beginning to get so scared, so frustrated.
She just wanted this all to be done.
The black and white cedar marbled stairwell spindled on and on forever.
Unyil she heard the snap of someone's finders and soon she was met with a lady dressed in black.
The woman from the piano.
She walked up to the girl and smiled down at her. The slim silky dress hugging her figures as the train dragged behind her like smoke.
The flare in her eyes like a hawk with prey.
"I finally got you now, master would be proud".
The girl widened her eyes and tried to run away but the woman stopped her.
"Who are you?", the girl screamed at the woman in black.
"Who am I? I am your Hopelessness, Depression if you will.", the woman said with a smile.
The girl collapsed on the floor in front of the stairwell, suddenly surrounded by sounds she didn't know.
The darkness surrounded her as she tried to scream but nothing came out, her body started to shrink down to the bone as if she were suddenly losing weight rapidly.
She cried as she fell dizzy and weak.
When the darkness cleared and the girl was lying there with nothing but flesh and bones.
She saw a way out and did her best to reach the next set of halls, to get out of this place. However she was too weak, she was so dizzy and kept collapsing.
At this point she had reached her brink in front of the stairwell. Everything had suddenly become bleak.
The woman in black returned and put a pair of thorned cuffs on her wrists surround by loads of beautiful wild flowers and daisies.
"Run, I dare you. Reach that light over there. I bet you, you won't make it. Not like this.", the woman laughed and made her way up the stairs before vanishing into black smoke.
The girl laid there silently staring at the door to the other halls.
What if this side was worse?
What if it was better?
She really wouldn't know unless she reached the otherside right?
At this she did her best to crawl but the door seemed to be getting farther away, at this she finally broke.