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Surrendering to the dim illumination of the moonlight, they both followed the traces. The traces had been randomly left. There were some shining drawings painted on living logs, there were the weird noises moving from one place to another in a particular line, and there was one time when a rabbit suddenly appeared from nowhere. Adam and Eric could not refuse the temptation to follow the rabbit (which stopped sometimes, waiting for them to catch up).
Both of them desired nothing. They would pursue anything but discomfort. They had had their adventure. They'd been restless for nights—not to exclude that night—because of the clues. They were however moved to obey an unexpressed command erupting from their hearts. There would be no regrets.
Until they arrived at the latest row of trees at the very east side of the forest.
It was a lavender field they finally encountered. Fireflies danced innocently everywhere. The stars smiled helplessly from above. The moon-shone violet field was very wide that they could not see the edge on the other side. Paradise above hell. Heaven on earth. An utter blessing.
Adam and Eric spent minute—if not hours already, being spellbound made them unaware how time counted—acting nothing but thanking heaven and earth for that wondrous sight. The field was not made. The pattern of the growth was quite random that it was able to be concluded as a natural, Godly-created lavender garden. Like a normal person, occupied with greed and ego, they first wondered whether they were the first persons discovering the site.
A hint of movement from a few hundred yards away interrupted their spiritual moment.
They threw glance to that way in no second. An unexpected sight of a girl. Floral dress and flowery circle right on her hair. She danced.
YOU MIGHT WANT TO READ: Adam. Fourth page of revelation.