I shifted undecided. The blue camera with 24 mega pixels or the green water proof one? I grabbed the camera and shoved it in my pocket. I looked up at the store manager. She was busy tweeting on her Ipod touch. I grinned and walked to the door. I felt the vibrations as the sirens went off. I unfurled my wings and took off.
I touched the silky feeling of the tips of my wings and smiled. They were golden, the tips at least. The rest of my wings slowly dipped into white. I smiled flying, it was the best feeling in the world. It sure beat looking for somewhere to sleep.
I looked down at the vast ocean. It was nice to look at, but I've always wondered what it would be like to hear the waves crashing against the sand. Just another down fall of being an experiment. I remember it, the soft sounds of the white coats voices, "Don't worry, were just going to make you hear a bit better." I was born half way deaf as it was, so I was overjoyed when they told me the news. I was so freaking naïve back then. I should of know better.
I grabbed the camera I stole- five finger discounted, and took a brief picture. I was a photographer, being as pictures were the only thing I had. I would sometimes sell cool pictures I took on the streets, ya know, when I was too lazy to steal.
I flew into the water. Why? I felt like it was why. Stupid mistake.
As soon as I flew into the massive ocean, a ten foot wave made it's way into my head. Why was I a target for disaster? Because, life was like that when you were a freak with wings.
I gulped down water, my own wings weighing me down. Dumbass. The waves just kept coming. The sky was getting darker and the water kept everything fuzzy. I would open my eyes to see and take a gulp before being pushed into the water once again.
This is it. This is the last freaking moment in my life. I am here because I am a dumbass that wanted to be spontaneous!
Eventually my thoughts caught up to my voice. My life didn't flash before my eyes, no. Instead the only thought that was left in my brain was "AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!"