BE QUIET, THE BUILDING ARE TALKING
Once the sun sets and the citizens of the city are fast asleep, the buildings and architecture of the city awaken. As the moon rises high in the sky, the buildings begin to whisper to each other, their voices barely audible amidst the peaceful silence of the sleeping city.
They spoke of their longing to escape the gravitational pull of the earth and soar into the limitless expanse of the sky. They dreamed of freedom, of breaking free from their concrete confines and floating amongst the clouds.
Each night, they would gather together in secret, hidden away from the prying eyes of the sleeping citizens. They would share their hopes and dreams, their fears and doubts, and they would plan their escape.
They knew that it would not be easy. The forces of gravity were strong, and they would need to work together to overcome them. But they were determined, and they would not be deterred.
And so, each night, they would practice, lifting themselves ever so slightly off the ground, testing their strength and their resolve. They would whisper encouragement to each other, urging each other on, and slowly but surely, they began to rise.
As they floated higher and higher, the city began to change. The streets and buildings twisted and turned, their shapes warping and distorting as they struggled to break free from the earth’s grasp.
But the buildings were determined, and they would not be stopped. They pushed and strained, using every ounce of strength they had to break free. And finally, with a great heave and a mighty creak, they lifted off the ground and into the sky.
As they soared higher and higher, the buildings looked down at the sleeping city below them. They could see the tiny, peaceful homes of the citizens, and they knew that they had done the right thing. They had broken free from their concrete confines and had achieved their dream of freedom.
And so, the buildings continued to float skyward, their shapes and sizes twisting and distorting as they moved further and further away from the earth. They were free, and they would never look back.