Never Ending Sunset

Luke. A 15 years old that was never quite happy with himself, his environment or his life. He is a bright kid that were raised getting good grades and fairly exceptional at sports loved and accepted by many as part of his modern-day society. His mind was what made him truly special. He had a perception that our minds created a reality not the same as everyone else’s. That we saw colours and objects differently, understanding that everyone’s interpretation on everything was different. Many thought he was obviously a fool to trust this way, that his mind was past an acceptable limit off where it needs to be. It dragged him in a wonderful confusion that she wouldn’t yet be capable of understand. He chased sunsets within his reality. Bright pink skies having a sun that resembled large of an orange. When he entered his reality he believed it absolutely was perfect. The sun set on the hill. As the sun set shortly fater he began to run, in order not to get rid of it. That was when he’d re appear in their apparent reality. Trying to figure out that has been real and which has been fake.

Many concered about him this also “imaginary” path that they was headed but what really managed to make it “imaginary”? His apparent reality was made by others rather than controlled by eye. His reality was the entire opposite. He based his choice on control and happiness. In his apparent reality he’d loved and been loved but he couldn’t really put together what got real. Was it the sadness, negativity and combined happiness that caused it to be real. Compared to his reality which reaches just what he pictures happiness as.

Luke was written in context as his parents which he was lost in the head as however spend hours day dreaming regarding the reality that they wanted to have a home in or the reality he did are now living in. He would return back into his world and lose the sunset he worked extremely hard to chase, later realizing that it had been right behind him the full time. It left him confused on the reality is. Can one stray within themselves and don’t be found. Has Luke lost his real reality into a created reality. The sunset never set on Luke in the reality and the man never stayed outside of his apparent reality. Luke became a reality that she created dreaming about where he actually was.

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