The And Its Effects On The World Essay
Hell, he’d be happy just to have to worry about not burning a burger or two or washing somebody else’s car.
As he navigated a tactical path through the tight throng of pedestrians the hairs on the back of his neck rose like the hackles on a dog and a shiver ran down his spine. Something was amiss. And then he was caught in the beacon-like glare of the golden-eyed man steadily approaching him. It could just be the way the light glinted of the irises that made the stare seem so unusual - or that’s what most people would tell themselves, he was sure - but he knew otherwise and he realised that maybe being oblivious to the real world wasn’t such a great state of mind after all.
He locked glances with the man as they passed each other by and he caught the slight upward turn…