At first, there was nothing but a naked sky and flat landscape. Nothing left, nothing right. Nothing up or down but a white universe filled with the emptiest white color you can find.
Then, as that void of white started spinning around me, I felt a warm wind caressing my back, and a shiver came running up my body from the tips of my toes to the top of my hair.
I fell on the cold dirt. Sharp stones came scratching my back but dispersed when I started moving again. Brushing the dirt off my shirt, I began inspecting the environment I fell into. Tall trees were surrounding me, tickling the clouds, almost literally, dancing in the cool wind and letting go of their dry leaves when they were ready to become as free as the air.
Seeing nothing but those tall trees around me, I began walking.
The sound of the leaves cracking under my every step was the only thing keeping me entertained. How long had it been? Two, three hours? Maybe more. This forest seemed infinite. I let out a long sight, not s