If you’re reading this, there’s a high chance you will find us. A civilization frozen in time, a city stuck in the past, its people frozen statues with active minds. Oh, our minds torment us. All these years, we’ve been thinking and dreaming painful dreams, aching flashes of the past or haunting visions of the future. The water was poisoned, the balance was at the brink, people were hungry and thirsty and tired but, most of all, desperate. We made mistakes, we were arrogant and greedy and didn’t know how to handle our gifts. We’ve frozen everyone, a temporary solution to a possibly permanent problem. It hurts when I think we had so much potential, we could have done so much better. Please, I beg you, do not repeat our mistakes. We know things, things that we eventually forgot and left behind, things you should not ignore. Do not abuse your power like we did. We are a city sunken in the water, frozen until the time comes. If you’re reading this, perhaps the time has come.
I don’t know who reads this letter, this moment, or if someone reads it! Recently, some strange things have happened to me. The most important is that we are frozen under the water. I am frozen and still and as a result, I can not move. However, inside me this wall does not exist. I can think and see normally. I can watch all the time fish passing by, and I think, because it is the only thing I can do. However, what I want is to do is unfreeze and walk again. I hope the person who reads this, this moment, will search for our city, Ardus Unda. We are under the sea. Beware, the same can happen to you, you can be frozen. Do what you want now, what you are able to, because you don’t know what will happen to you tomorrow. Search for me! Of course, if you read this letter and you don’t wish to help me, please put the letter back in the bottle again, it is my only hope!
I do not regret my decision. There was nothing that could have been done to save them. At least they died or were frozen not knowing. There was nothing that could have been done – we did what we could to keep it quiet. The world must never know what happened. Should I be punished for this, let it be in hell. The weight of this secret is heavy, as is my heart.
We knew, we wanted to stay, we stayed together
You can't determine FATE..... can you?
Escaping, is about starting life again
The day has come and it doesn’t seem that terrifying after all. You’d think I would be scared like everybody else, but really I’m quite glad. It’s finally over; the thirst, the terror that has consumed my family and friends, the despair that is not likely to subside. I welcome death, like a victim welcomes it’s savior.
Today is an important day. Today may be the last day I write to you. Tomorrow I don’t know if I’ll be alive. I am scared!!!! I’m so scared, I can’t stand ignorance. I am afraid. I am afraid of death, I am afraid of the moment of disaster. I fell stressed inside me, I feel fear and ignorance. Ignorance scares me, I can’t stand it. They usually say that when you know you are going to die, you do things you want to do. I don’t know what I want!!! Well, I know, I want to live!!!
Water has been seeping in the city. It is slowly rising. The dome we built to protect us from the unknown is cracking. The water that we drank was supposed to help us, but I… I feel so scared. What is going to happen?
Dear Diary, I have so many mixed emotions and Im not sure where to start. You see I must have messed up pretty bad for them to hate me so much... so Ill just bury myself here, noone will find me here, not here, here at the bottom of the ocean where lost and mistreated things are left and never found.
Dear Diary, I'm confused and lost... everyone's gone into hiding, leaving many to suffer and fend for themsleves. The 'unknown' is coming to sweep terror across our homes but we have no way of stopping death from coming to us all. I'll stick it out till the end. I have sat here for days now, engulfed in my own thoughts. Perhaps there is something out there that would save us all...
I have been stuck here for a while now... I can still hear the children screaming, trying to get away, but the water was too fast. It caught us all. The freezing water made us suffer and we were all begging god for forgiveness and for him to spare our lives but it didnt help. It was too late, before we knew it our whole town was under water, unable to escape. I am now just able to play, play till its over.