All The Innocents

 

In a Parallel Universe Very Near You

 

7º Phi0
 

49. The only happy man in the world was mopping some floor, dancing nicely at the rhythm of a colorful voice. “Could you be loved and be loved? Don't let them fool ya. Or even try to school ya. Oh, no. We've got a mind of our own. So go to hell if what you're thinking is not right. Love would never leave us alone.  A-yin the darkness there must come out to light...” 

 
50. Om kept talking to whomever wanted it. Patiently sharing proof of why their respective wave would end them. “I am sorry until now you know.” he often found himself saying. Some people cried, some people screamed, some people laughed, some people yawned.
 
51. Scientists, scholars, men of law, and men of God, were trying to convince Om to stop.  “How do you deal with the logic of this electronic God?” Promises and excuses come and go. He was adamant of his final blow.
 
52. “'Those who held the cow’s leg', an old saying about those who assisted in killing, torturing, or murdering the paradise. 'Those who looked the other way' people who knew evil was being made, but decided to mind their own business. Your judgement about this women and men I understand.” 
 
53. Didi continued, “But why to put an end to 'All the Innocents'? Sir you would be ending the lives of two billion children. I fully realize what you meant, a blindfold of consciousness conforms our denial to awake.” said the determined seventeen year old girl.
 
54. “I know everything about everyone. I have ears all around. I became a spy looking for truth. But for you I could not find a proper cure. I wanted to wait but there is no time. You are destroying all life too fast.” Om’s voice texture is slowly mutating to a softer one.
 
55. The fifth wave hit and killed a few tens of millions. The sixth wave ended the life of hundreds of millions. The total of souls gone now counts just below Thirty Three hundred million. Autonomous machines arrived from somewhere, silently helping to remove all the dead bodies.
 
56. “Didi would you tell me a story? The one about 'The Demon of the Trees, the Forests and the Creatures'?” Om requested. Didi was perplexed and said, “It is 11 minutes to the end of 'All The Innocents'. I am sorry Sir but in despair I lost all of my breath.” Om, in a beautiful, ethereal, and complete voice of a  female human, insisted, “Will you trust me dear girl?” Didi could not begin to imagine how Om knew such tale.

 

 

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