That tiny piece of crystal, we had felt around us a heat that slowly expanded itself even inside our bodies.
We tightened, and trough our eyes we have see another piece of Our Parallel World opening itself in front of us.
Our hearts seemed splashing out from our bodies.
We were firm, but inside of us there was a battle in progress.
We had believed to remain without oxygen.
We have made falls down the tiny crystal on the ground.
What which we were feeling it was materializing in something we didn’t have ever seen before.
The woods behind the apartment was the last part of that world, was still undiscovered, and it has been for you so hard to set free Kapi from the branches, but now it seemed all simplest: slowly it was opening itself.
The furry animals couldn’t did nothing, and they knew it, just Kapi has taken the flight and with his shrill sounds indicated us the way.
We were short of oxygen. We knew that we have had to enter in that dark wood, to take breathe again.
For us, in that moment, it was a thing that was going against any logic, but it was that glances of our friends were telling us to do it.
We had a lump in throat couldn’t neither to swallow.
At end, we have looked at Fenkuz who had slow nodded us.
We tightened our hands, and we went to the borderline of the woods. We looked at ourselves, and we had crossing the dense woods.
We stopped ourselves in the middle: you have wanted to put yourself in front of me, and you have starting to looking at me, in silence
Only few rays of light, were entering in the woods: there was a spectral silence, and in that silence we have felt our heart beating hard.
Slowly, but really slowly we have could started to breathe again normally, and more the breathe was becoming normal, more we have noticed that the nature arounded us taking live again, and the intersecated branches opening themselves, leaving enter the rays of the sun.
Only with our breathe, we have made reborn that dark, and dense woods.
Around us, everything was becoming brighter.
For the second time we had attended to a reborn of a place, and it has been a thing that had left us still without words.”