Jul 3, 2020
They say the city that sits on the horizon at sunset is nothing but cosmic dust. I say otherwise. I’ve been there. For some reason I left. I can’t remember the reason. I can’t remember anything about it. I seek answers. I have to return. So last night, or maybe it was five days ago, I set out to find it. I’m on the right path, one of many I think, each of them hidden and easy to fall from.
The zodiacal lights are an optical illusion, like the appearance of a watery oasis on a scorching desert horizon. That’s what one person thought, before following the lights, and stumbling upon a deeper cosmic mystery.
What did they find?
Maybe you’ll find out in this episode.
Story: “The City Beyond the Horizon” Copyright © 2016 by Nila L. Patel
“Trip-Hop Lounge Abstract Background” by Digital Emotions
Music by Lee Rosevere
“Start the Day”
Music by ROZKOL
“The World Has Moved On”
Music by Lee Rosevere and ROZKOL is licensed under CC BY 4.0
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