I looked at myself in the mirror, I checked the time of my watch.
I called out for my dog.
And hurried for the day ahead.
As I walked out of the house I wore a blue jacket and long brown jeans.
I had my dog yapping beside me.
It was a sunny day today, the weather was particularly cloudy.
But that didn’t worry me.
I was on a date.
I am pronounced scientists, the youngest of this society.
As I walked down the street of Melbourne.
I could feel the wind breezing.
I checked my watch again.
Good, I’m not running late.
The tower we’re mighty tall as every.
Building on every turn.
Once I had made it to a restaurant.
A huge building, it was grey in color but the design was beautiful.
I opened the door and bowed.
But the building was empty.
My dog was growling.
I saw my girl standing before me.
She hugged me.
She wore a red hat and a long dress.
And pointed to the sky.
I turned around and saw a giant ship in the sky.
My dog then shrieked and bolted.
I tried to grab her.
But she ran.
I looked at my lady.
She looked back at me.
The tables in the building were all in rows.
But that must wait.
We ran for my dog.
My beautiful dog.
As we ran we watch other people run in fear as they pointed there hands at the giant ship.
A few soldiers fired weapons at it.
But nothing scratched it.
However, we followed my dog until we reached the Melbourne centre.
The building we’re like archways.
Tall ascending bridges.
And narrow towers.
I told my lady to go left.
I went right.
As I ran I saw the dog.
I slowly went towards her.
But she ran again.