Hey, Ho, to Heaven I Would Go
by Christopher T. Dabrowski
Translated from Polish by Julia Mraczny
Mark died and wasn't aware of it. He just sat surprised to see that he was unstuck from his body still lying on the bed.
After a while, he slowly rose higher and higher.
Next was what he had so far often read about - a tunnel and escorting angels or other beings to the light at its end.
Then the obligatory life overview - full of suffering, unfulfillment, missed opportunities and disappointments.
Frankly, he was glad to have it behind him.
"I'm glad I finally made it to Heaven," he confessed frankly.
"You came here from Heaven," informed the Luminous Being.
© 2022 Christopher T. Dabrowski
Christopher T. Dabrowski has published in many places:
USA: "Escape" (2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press), "Anomaly"
(2020 - Royal Hawaiian Press)
Spain:"La fuga" (2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press), "Anomalia"
(2019 - Royal Hawaiian Press)
Germany: "Die Anomalie" (2020 - Der Romankiosk)
Poland: "Deathbirth" (2008 - Armoryka publishing house),
"Anima vilis" (2010 - Initium publishing house),
- Novae Res publishing house),
"Deathbirth and other stories"
(2012 & 2017 - Agharta & Armoryka publishing house),
"Z życia Dr Abble" (2013 - Agharta publishing house),
"Orgazmokalipsa" (2016 - Alternatywne publishing house),
"Anomalia" (2016 - Forma publishing house),
"Ucieczka" (2017 - Dom Horroru publishing house) &
"Nie w inność" (2019 - Waspos publishing house.)
He has contributed to anthologies published in the USA, England,
Australia, Canada, Poland, Russia,
Germany & India, and has stories in PLAYBOY in the
Slovak, USA, English, Czech , Russian, Brasilian, Spanish,
Argentinian, German, Italian, Hungarian, Mexican, Albanian, &
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