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"OH WATERS, TEEM WITH MEDICINE TO KEEP MY BODY SAFE FROM HARM, SO THAT I MAY LONG SEE THE SUN." - Rig Veda
One month. Well, it didn't feel like a month. To Anne Frank, a Jew in hiding from the Nazis, it seemed like a year. One month since the fateful encounter with the mysterious man from another world, who she only knew as 'Goku'. The handsome stranger had stepped through time and into her life, then disappeared without a trace. Anne was almost sure that they'd never meet again, even though not one day passed without her dreaming of him. Little did she know, however, that their lives were tied by the unbreakable red string of fate.
It was another boring day in the Secret Annex. Anne sat on the bed of her room, writing in her diary. It never occurred to her, however, that this entry would be her last. As she wrote in the quiet attic, there was a loud noise from downstairs. Her heart jumped with both fear and excitement. Was it them? The Nazis? Or, could it be... him? She had no idea whether to run downstairs or to hide. That decision, however, was made for her. Her door flew open, and a tall soldier was visible in the doorway, glaring at her. The cries of her family members and friends were tuned out as Anne only thought of one thing. She stood up and followed the soldier out of her room, down the stairs, and into the back of a truck. "So this is it." She said quietly to herself. "I'll never see him, my one true love, ever again. And all those years of hiding... they were for naught." Then, Anne realized that she left her precious diary up in her room. She broke loose from the officer, and made a dash back into the shop, when he removed a gun from his holster and fired a shot in her direction. Anne fell to the floor.
Anne lay on the floor, feeling searing pain run through her leg, where the bullet had met its mark. The Gestapo officer menacingly moved towards her, grinning, when all of a sudden there was a blinding flash of light, causing the officer to shield his eyes. A huge cloud of smoke appeared next to Anne, blocking her from the soldier's vision. When the smoke cleared, he was in for quite a surprise. There was Goku, holding Anne in his arms, standing next to a huge metal capsule. "Goku!" cried Anne "You came back... for me!" Goku smiled. "Anything for you, my dear." He said. "Our love will never be lost... not until the end of time." The Gestapo officer turned tail and ran, but Goku was too quick for him. After laying Anne on the concrete, he dashed towards the Nazi and knocked him to the ground, unconscious, with only one blow. "Nazi scum." Muttered Goku as he spit on his enemy's limp body, then returned to Anne. "Here, I have something for you." Goku said, as he removed a small bean from his pocket. "What on earth is this?" asked Anne. Goku smiled, remember how ignorant she was to what was everyday life to him. "A senzu bean." He said. "Just eat it, and it will cure your leg." Anne followed his instructions and popped the bean into her mouth, as the wound on her calve magically healed. "Now come on." Commanded Goku. "We've got some Nazi ass to kick." Anne jumped on the mysterious Saiyan's back, as he launched off into the sky.
After only a few moments, the two of them arrived in Berlin. Tanks were parading down the street, as Adolf Hitler himself stood on a platform overlooking it all. "Stay here." Goku said, dropping Anne in a shaded area under a tree. He then flew straight towards the parade of tanks, fist outstretched, screaming as loud as he could. The soldiers below scattered in terror, while the tanks tried to aim their cannons at him. He was too quick and nimble for them, however, and opened the hatch of a nearby Panzer, then headed inside. After dispatching of the soldiers in control of the war machine, he took the wheel. He fired round after round into the crowds of Nazi soldiers, occasionally firing at the other tanks. After only minutes, there was nothing but a cloud of dust and corpses. Goku emerged from the tank's hatch, smiling now that he had done his duty. When all of the dust cleared, there were only two people remaining on the parade ground: Goku, the Saiyan hero, and Adolf Hitler, the most evil man ever to walk the earth.
3 A.M. I’m awakened By a sweet summer rain… Distant howling of a passing Southbound coal train. Was I dreaming or was there someone Just lying here beside me in this bed? Am I hearing things? Or in the next room, Did a long forgotten music box just start playing? And I know (it’s a sin putting words in the mouths of the dead) And I know (it’s a crime to weave your wishes into what they said) And I know (only fools venture where them spirits tread) ‘Cause I know (every word, every sound bouncing ‘round my head) Is just static on the radio (Everything I think I know is just static on the radio) Midnight rendezvous with a pretty girl Wearing a torn and tear-stained gown. Like a ghost ship she appeared from nowhere On a lonely highway and flagged me down. I gave her a lift downtown to the Greyhound station And in the flicker of the neon lights, She kissed me goodbye, and in the mirror of her eyes I saw my own reflection. And I know (the blind will sometimes lead the blind) And I know (through shadow lands and troubled times) And I know (forsaking love, we seek the signs) And I know (of truths forever hid behind) The static on the radio. (Everything I think I know is just static on the radio) Now there’s a church house about a stone’s throw down From this place where I been staying. It’s Sunday morning, and I’m sittin’ in my truck Listening to my neighbor sing. Ten years ago I might have joined in But don’t time change those inclined To think less of what is written Than what’s wrote between the lines? ‘Cause I know (dreams are for those who are asleep in bed) And I know (it’s a sin putting words in the mouths of the dead) ‘Cause I know (for all my ruminations I can’t change a thing) Still I hope (there’s others out there who are listening) To the static on the radio. (Everything I think I know is just static on the radio) Static on the radio (Ain’t praying for miracles, I’m just down on my knees) Static on the radio (Listening for the song behind everything I think I know) (Everything I think I know is just static on the radio. Everything I think I know is just static on the radio.)
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