A modern myth; written by fate and life itself.
I’m just the storyteller.

Once upon a time in a land far, far away lived over two million aliens in an extraordinary universe, each one of them in a bubble, in their own small world.

One fine day the bubble of an alien with a big head collided with the bubble of a female alien with a big heart. In the blink of an eye they saw each other, but the tidal current drifted them apart. As fate willed their bubbles collided again time after time.

Unfortunately they could not talk to each other due to the external circumstances of life. So they created their very own way to communicate and get to know each other better as time went on. Everything went well until, one day, the female alien began to realize that the alien guy was on his way to win her heart.

Due to bad past experience she panicked and tried to break away from him and her feelings. Not realizing that she had no chance since he, clever as he was, had already firmly fixed himself with a barbed hook in her heart.

When she finally understood what was going on, she gave in to her feelings and gave up her resistance. She decided to have faith and to let happen whatever was about to come, no matter wherever it may lead.

But every now and then, when she had the feeling that he was getting too close to her vulnerable heart, she still couldn’t help it and felt the need to distance herself a little bit from him. Yet he was not having any of it and made sure that his bubble touched hers again and again so they would slowly, very slowly merge with each other one fine day.

The End


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