250-words or less about my picture, for Drawing 121. (One Point Perspective, Dream-quality)
Scene from "Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality"
By Eliezer Yudkowsky
(I love this story, I really really do.)
Haiku by Christine Byrd:
Never again will there be any death
A young boys thought's crystallize
Dementor's PoV, by Christine Byrd:
The Dementors surged across Azkaban seeking the still-as-stars mind who had stolen their prisoner. The boy had hidden their prey from them with the cloak of invisibility, but he himself was unprotected. The boy stood strong against their soul destroying influence, ordering them with his body and mind to turn away, to go back. But they had other Masters. Masters just as determined for them to find and punish the prison breaker. The boy stood resolute. His mind conjuring images of the human race spread across the stars where there was no sickness, no disease, no death at all. Where parents never lost children and children never lost parents. Where things such as suffering, despair, and death could hardly be comprehended when it was taught in school. It was with those things in mind that the boy poised to cast the Dementor-killing charm, once again ordering the Dementors to leave. And they left.
(Word Count: 153) (Keep in mind this is made to be said aloud, not to be read. Grammar takes a back seat in such cases.)
Reading: Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality