"I wanna see the world out there, so badly." slow enough to even make it go echoes.
She closes her eyes as she's taking herself step by step, wholeheartedly...
One step more and she's now on the ground. She can feels the ground and her feet, attaching.
"Am I outside?" She cries.
"Is anyone here?" Still in closed eyes. She's confident that she's already outside because her voice didn't go echo as she cried.
Slowly, she let her eyes open widely as she's breathing deeply...........
Such as astonishing view she has that makes her heart pounds calmly but hard, she can almost fell to the ground with her hands pressing her chest. Unbelievable. Beyond one's imagination. Words are not enough to describe how beautiful the world that's in front of her right now. Such a heart-throbbing!
It's like all around her is dark, but it's not really dark. It's blue, dark-blue. But the darkness is not like the one when she's in the tunnel. It's more like a 'welcoming' dark, not even a small loneliness felt although she's alone compared to when she was in the tunnel. It's really awesome! There's light everywhere, a big one, a small one but really is shining prettily, like a star. Yes, stars. She almost forgot the word. It has been a long long long time since the last time she uses that, 'stars'... Wondering, when was that 'the last time'?
Again, she's taking her step forward with her smile planted on her face, beaming from ear to ear. The wind greet her nicely as it strokes her hair gently. Sometimes, she's dancing by herself back and forth happily, other times she just walks with her arms wide open, let in the wind go through herself. It's comfortable!
She don't know how long has she walked, not even feeling tired. All she knew, she wanted to stay far away from the tunnels, far, far, really, far away. She meant it. And now, she's stepping to a house. Just a small house and the only house that she sees there. Hanging on the door, there's a wooden plank written 'Welcome home, sweetie!'. It's meant for her. She thought. Without hesitation, slowly, she twirl the door's knob and step into the house saying 'This is my home.' with her smiled eyes...
Leave the darkness behind and here, we found happiness, in our home.