I put my finger to my lips. He would ruin everything. I want to bring him in, show him my world, and then poof he has to talk. I tapped my head.
I flitted over the hill, and looked back. He was standing stock-still. I motioned with my hand. He just smiled. He shook his head. Look. His voice resounded in my head. He pointed. I turned my head, searching…
Oh. Yes. That’s nothing of importance. He had seen the sign? Well then, he’ll just have to get past it. He had to come. I didn’t have any last resorts. I sighed deeply. He heard.
Oh, no, I think it’s something. His thoughts cut deep into me, and he started to walk towards the indent in the bark of the tree. How dare he.
I flew right in front of his face, shaking my head in a firm no. I grabbed his arm, but found my arms melted right through him. He didn’t notice. He kept walking past me. I hurried to catch up with him.
All I could hope for was that he didn’t know the signs…