You trek through the snow-filled streets, bundled in various layers to withstand the coldness of winter. It`s snowing lightly at first but suddenly the storm begins to pick up. You forgot your gloves so the snow from the flurry continues to fall onto your hands as well as stick to your jacket and boots.
The wind pulls you forward, not one step, not two, but as many as a hundred, as though you`re being dragged on a leash. The snow continues to fall even faster until you can barely see anything but white bits in front of you.
Then, you thought you hear a voice. It`s soft and sweet, but you cannot seem to distinguish the words. Now, something cold seems to grab you from the ground. You look down and see nothing but snow. Taking a step, you realize what is grabbing you -- it`s the snow itself. It`s as though the snow has cold hand that`s now holding onto your leg.
Confused, you try to kick off the snow and finally, within about five minutes, it seems to let go of your leg. You take a few steps forward only to trip on something small. What the-- you start saying as you pick up a pocket watch from the snow.
Engraved is one single word: Popo. You open the cover to see that the time reads 11:12. The second hand has completely stopped moving and the time is stuck there, frozen at 11:12. You wonder if you broke it when you tripped on it but it doesn`t look damaged. You wonder where the pocket watch could`ve come from, only remembering that you`re out there in the snow.
Looking back, you see something, or someone forming? A bunch of snow has changed into an icy figure now, a girl . . . you can make out her long straight hair, her jacket, her earmuffs, even her pants and boots, all which appear to be made of ice. The only features on her that don`t seem to be frozen are her eyes, a dark brown that study you.
That`s all you remember, before you feel sleep begin to consume you . . .
-Story by The Creator
Part one, begins here . . .
A little early explanation: 11:12, 11:12PM, is the time when I began to type this up. It will come into play if I ever finish this. Each part should contain a clue or a few clues for the ending or for later parts of the story. I cannot guarantee that I can finish this by the end of the event, sorry. No later parts have been written, only this part is available currently to debug any thought that I have anything else written.
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