The story so far:
The woman said nothing to me directly, but her thoughts seemed to be like the thoughts of the very universe itself.
"Come hither gentle one, for the time of the great war of three is upon you. That which must be done in accordance to the laws of existence itself must be carried out in such a way, as to divide the first into thirds." Came the sound of thousands of voices in unison, sounding like an angry hornets nest of confusion. Some of the voices I recognized instantly, and for a split second, I found myself being drawn into the winds. the force of the wind was so great that my prius seemed to be like a leaf being blown around,as if the universe itself was showingme that it was childsplay to do something like this. "I am the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end, I create all things, and all things create unto me. This war of three is but a simple one."
As the voice spoke, I felt myself lifting off the ground and soon I would be one with the collective.
If not for the bullet that split me in half.
"Do not worry," She said to me, unconcerned for my apparently hastening trek into the great beyond. "Where you are going, you will have no need for the lower half of your body." "WHAT THE **** DO YOU MEAN 'NO NEED FOR THE LOWER HALF'!? I GOT PLENTY OF NEED FOR IT!" I yelled impatiently, "IM GOING TO DIE HERE BECAUSE SOME BASTARD **** SHOOTS ME IN HALF WITH A SINGLE, ****, BULLET, AND ALL YOU CAN SAY IS-" I was silenced the moment I saw it, bigger then anything I could have ever imagined. It was called, as I would soon learn, the colony ship Light.
"Wait here while I go explain the situation to them." She said to me, smiling at my top half while shaking her head at the loss of my bottom half. "Thanks... Not like I'm going anywhere real quick. Tell whatever the hell that thing is to fix me!" She walked off towards the edge of the road and a beam of black light focused on her. The light in contrast, vastly darker to her colorful form. I could see the various shades of red in her hair as it became readily apparent that what ever was happening, she was in disagreement. Her facial expression went from happy to angry in almost an instant, and in the split second that it did, I fell in love with her.
She walked back to me with a sorrowful expression on her face.
"I'm sorry, but in order for you to live, you will have to first die."