AUTHOR'S NOTE: There will be a sequel to this but I'm unsure when it will be out. (The working title will be Sisters of Genesis) This is my most recent piece and even if I wanna rewrite this to make more sense I still kinda like it. Also please excuse the missing details. Anyways enjoy.
The Genesis Series: Part One
Brown eyes when you look at them look nice in the sun, but in reality it’s dangerous. They mean something worse than the fact of it looking like a normality. They just look hideous.
Genesis in my dreams has this feature. Genesis is probably considered hideous by definition. She’s like all the normal regular popular girls on campus using fancy matte lipstick and blonde haired girls screeching at the sight of cute boys. Which is a problem for the people living there. They hate normality. Genesis is probably a blonde haired girl who, like every popular girl, likes cute boys. She doesn’t look like me. I have brown hair with brown skin. I have scars on my face. I have blindness that blurs my vision. I know it was a lie. I can see completely fine. At least I could before my mom did surgery on my eye that made me bilnd by changing how my irises feel. They feel like sandpaper now. I’m surprised that she didn’t get sued for malpractice or something of the sort. But there’s no laws on medical malpractice, so it’s not an uncommon thing.
Who is this Genesis? I don’t know. Some people think she is a spirit that lives in unsuspecting women or girl’s bodies. Some people think it’s a hoax to scare off students. And some think it’s a disease that doctors can’t treat. There’s no time to think about it though. Time passes too quickly. Too quickly to think.
My legs start to throb and my neck swells up. My heart starts skipping beats and I for sure think it’s anaphylaxis. But then I feel someone pulling at my ponytail and I plummet to the floor, worried that it is a psychotic episode and that I need meds to fix it. But then it happened. My eyes shut and I stop breathing. Everything becomes silent.
I might seem dead to them. But this is my new life. I am Genesis.'