Emerald Eyes Pyramid
© 2010 Ross Richdale
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Even before she opened her eyes, Tulco realized something was different. It was too dark. Usually the floodlights from the gas station forecourt filtered in through the curtains of her bedroom. Everything smelled wrong. There was an aroma of canvas, grass and wood smoke.
"Mom!" she cried.
Her feet hit the carpet while she was still only half-awake. But it wasn't carpet but cold grass that tickled her bare feet. There was something else. She found herself fully dressed in a gray sweater and jeans.
"Oh blast," she muttered and felt around the dark enclosure.
Her fingers found the flashlight she always had by her bed. Perhaps it was one of those vivid dreams she always had before something important. Today it was a two-hour state exam at school.