The world was breaking and there wasn’t she couldn’t do everything about it. The pain of incompetence was too much for her to handle.
“Should I just end the pain?” She asked herself.
“NO!” A loud voice boomed in her head. Mahevash looked around bewildered. She couldn’t see anyone and assumed that the pain was getting to her. Mahevash started the procedure for the complete annihilation.
“STOP!” The voice again shouted, scaring Mahevash into stopping the procedure.
“Who are you?” Mahevash shouted. She got no reply. She looked around. The trees were slowly melting. The buildings were crumbling unto themselves. The sea was almost black towards the shore and Mahevash knew that the situation farther away won’t be much better. The Earth was done for.
The growing environmental problems had suffocated her for so long and then the nuclear war had reduced whatever hope Mahevash had to zero.
The only question was, whether the death should be slow and painful or should the pain be eased.
“This pain is terrible.” Mahevash shouted to no one. There was no one to hear her.
“It will pass.” A soothing voice came.
“How?” Mahevash pleaded.
“By more pain.” The voice chuckled.
“It’s not funny.” Mahevash cried still looking around. “Who are you? Where are you?”
“I’m coming. I’ll cause you great pain but I will help you live. I’m sorry.” The voice said trailing off.
Mahevash didn’t understand anything that was happening. She looked around at all the destruction. She had loved humans. They had caused her immense pain but she hadn’t wanted this to happen. All of them dead. She just wanted to know what happened.
“I’m here.” The voice came. Mahevash looked far and saw him coming. A huge meteor was hurtling towards her. Handsome and young, the meteor had a sheepish smile on his face.
“You caused all this.” Mahevash said angrily.
“Not directly. But I guess I am going to the cause of great pain to you.”
“I didn’t want any of this.” Mahevash said helplessly.
“I can’t change the fate. Time for you to start afresh.” The voice said as the meteor came close.
“Not again.” Mahevash replied as she felt the impact on her. The pain was excruciating. However, she knew, like last time, it would stop soon and she would have to start all over again.
“And the biggest news today is that US and China have declared war. Since it has been confirmed by NASA that the meteor will soon destroy humanity, all nations have openly started to fight. US and China are the last two countries to enter this World War III.
The end is near. Pray to your God. Thank you.”