There I lay. Bitten by an Inland taipan. Mulated in pain, squealing for help, but, nobody discerns. The snake was still somewhere near, you could apprehend it, the harrowing sound of it’s skales skimming around you like jelly. Wrenched myself up, giving up on a horrendous headache. My leg had a bottomless hole in it, with still some poison leaking out of it. It was supposed to go away soon, but the spot just grew and grew. Scanning around, and terrifying, I saw all types of snakes proceeding right at me. I could run, but running wouldn’t help. There was only one way to go, Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
Imagine how heaven would look like? You see high mountains of snow on the mountains. The lake is shivering with a smooth wind, woods wake a nice wind sound, making you want to sleep. Little birds around you sing their own night song. The lake makes the wonderful music that sounds like choir in the church. Wind whistles it’s beautiful song, it’s autumn. You feel the sharp smell of spikes on the trees and on the ground. The nature sings you the lullaby to you, making your eyes close. You feel the little spikes from the trees sticking to your feet, and rocks poking your shoes. The golden sun turns everything into large moving suns. It’s the golden bright autumn.