As I hold her hand, desperate to save her from the monster I've created, she cried for help hoping it will all end. The nightmares, the illusions, the suffering she went through for the world to become a better place. "Let go" she said, as I realized the only thing that could save one of us. What has gotten in her mind?
I couldn't let it happen. She's the reason I'm here and will be the only reason I'll continue to live in this world. The fire have gotten bigger only to consume both of us if I didn't let go. Tears started to fall from my eyes knowing the only end for her is she leaving the world to a better place.When the fire got bigger, the wall started to rumble, the chaos intensify, she looked into my eyes with a message that I never thought will come from her, "Thank you for being the person I need when it matter the most" She let go of my arms knowing I'll live in this world without her. Did she trust me to become someone better? Or to become a failure? As she fall down the fire pit, time seems to move slower and slower. I looked upon her eyes realizing it will be the last time I see her. Her eyes never been so scared before. Confidence and hope has lost itself in despair and hopelessness. As all good thing started, it will all end.
Abruptly, the ground started to shake the laboratory, that's when I realized it was time for me to leave the place. I stood up and sprinted to the exit, avoiding any obstacles. The fire doesn't seem to stop spreading only to burn every corner of the lab. I see it. The exit. I broke the door down with full force of my body to see several police cars and a firetruck waiting for me. That's when I fell down and passed out from the smoke of the fire.
Few hours later, I woke up in a hospital bed not knowing what had happened. I stood up to find a doctor but somehow, my body is too weak to even stand up. I felt powerless, remorseless. If it wasn't for me, Lily would still be alive. Suddenly, a piece of letter under the vase caught my attention. I slowly pulled the letter and opened it. I was shocked, It Is written by Lily. " It was a destiny, not a consequence" . For hundreds of questions, a single letter add another hundreds question. None of them are answered. Is she alive? If she is, did she know before? And if it's true she's alive, did the experiment actually work? Well maybe, just maybe, not every question need an answer.