God created the world on Monday, from a place of nothing into something.

God separated order and chaos on Tuesday, defining freedom and oppression.

God sorted each and every number on Wednesday, giving rise to wonderful and varied things.

God allowed time to flow on Thursday.

God looked at every corner of the world on Friday.

God rested on Saturday.

And God abandoned the world on Sunday.

Since that day eighteen years ago, no more men can bear children nor are able to die.

"When Mom died… I was seven years old. Once I became alone in the world, the villagers said something strange to me.

"Starting today, you are our new Gravekeeper, Miss Darky."

I became the Gravekeeper for the village of my origin. When I was nine, a new gravekeeper showed up. He had blonde hair, and wore sunglasses over his eyes. He wore a green scarf around his neck, and he called himself 'G'. He seemed to be physically one year or so younger than me, and he grew like a human, and I, did.

He always seemed to be hiding something from me… But he never said a word about what he was hiding. He helped me dig graves for everyone in the village, and maintain them.

G is the one with the shovel.

Since he arrived, I've spent my days creating weapons, filling a bag full of them.

Ever since Mom died, no one in the village have ever really died, and G always seems to get so anxious around them.

However, one day…

That all stopped. G shut down for a few days, but when he returned, he was a different person.

A person… That felt familiar.
The day before everything began, he asked me this.

"Why won't you remember?"

I don't know what he wants me to remember, or why he wants me to remember it. Was there really something before God abandoning us?

Did I know him before all this?

Those questions kept playing in my head… Until I finally got answers.

Answers… and a father."

God created the world on Monday, from a place of nothing into something.

God separated order and chaos on Tuesday, defining freedom and oppression.

God sorted each and every number on Wednesday, giving rise to wonderful and varied things.

God allowed time to flow on Thursday.

God looked at every corner of the world on Friday.

God rested on Saturday.

And God abandoned the world on Sunday.