Nature had won. The deep green tunnel engulfed me as the young birds sang soothing songs and the multi-coloured insects scattered around my feet. The powerful natural bright light that shone from the other side blinded all from just a single glance.
Softly, an earthy scent of nature bounced of the walls. I sank into the damp soil from the tunnel as I struggled to see due to the mixture of pure darkness and heavy beams from either side of the tunnel. At the far front of the tunnel dainty yet stongly fragranced jasmine flowers could be spotted laying carefully on the walls of the mystical wonderland pathway.
Light engulfed me as I stepped out onto the other side where the concrete cities everyone is so used to were replaced with intricate natural structures, varying from the refreshing morning dew placed with caution on top of the silky grass or the luscious and juicy peaches hanging proudly off of their respective trees. This place had materialised a blissful state of mind, it was where every busy mind dreamed of being, it could easily be confused with the golden gates in the clouds.
The earthy smell had been replaced by a flowery fragrance, full of the reddest roses and the prettiest violets. Perfect to relax your mind and create a floating sensation. Dampness from the silky grass below seeped through my paper thin shoes, gently wetting my toes. A rainbow of flowers looked up at me from there soft patch of soil where they laid peacefully, letting their scent gently ooze out into the surrounding area. When examining the dainty flowers closer tiny exotic bugs of all colors roamed the surface, occasionally getting lost within the many layers of petals which resembled a labyrinth.
Looking down on the area was a proud waterfall with crystalline water cascading down heavily before landing in a rocky lake filled with all sorts of harmless fish. This action strongly reminded me of life, the water had thrived but had then come crashing down and lost its identity, became meaningless, as it merged with its surroundings.
There I layed surrounded by nothing and everything all at once, surrounded only by nature, surrounded by everything except for the one thing I hated;