....[b]and that was the first time my heart ceased to beat.[/b] Alone, above the rocky horizon she stood. Perhaps...perhaps she [b][i]was[/i][/b] the horizon. A shadow had never paled the sun before this day, [b]and I fear it shan't again.[/b] There in her celestial beauty, before me she stood. [b]Time seemingly stopped,[/b] but just for a moment. For just the single fleeting second it required for my senses to acknowledge, perhaps even praise, the flawless [b][i]and unmistakably malevolent being[/i][/b] my eyes had captured. [b]And just like that,[/b] in the time it might take the wind to whisper to you its secrets; [b]she left.[/b] Seemingly, she [i][b]faded into the very horizon that she had created.[/b][/i] In that brief moment, that tiny glyph of time in an ever expanding universe, [b]I knew I had seen love.[/b] Yes, [b][i]seen love.[/i][/b] The very act philosophers may deny, that which poets of yore can only begin to describe; something I still cannot describe, even to myself. [b]Grief overtook me.[/b] I had not the strength to even brace myself as I collapsed. My hands hit the rocky surface with a force that could rival gravity itself. If you had told me one day prior that such a fragment of a moment could alter my heart so greatly, I'd have bet [b][i]everything[/i][/b] against you. Then suddenly, [b][i]as if fate had called my name,[/i][/b] she beckoned. Nay, this could not be so. Hours must have passed since I last saw her, [b]but then, [i]I heard it again.[/i][/b] [spoiler][b]eeeiiiiGGGHHEEEEEEIIIAHHHH[/b][/spoiler] Omnigul had returned! For me? I cannot say. I know now one goal, [b]and one goal alone;[/b] that to recover my heart. It's not that my heart was missing, [b]rather[/b] that it was being kept from me. [b]Venture now, I will.[/b] To the depths, or perhaps a new height, in any instance; [b]for love.[/b]
I can imagine Poon chasing down Omnigul and -blam!-ing her.