After waiting for such a long time, I can finally be able to feel the fresh air of the winter cold touching against my bare cheeks. It is even more enjoyable than I thought it'd be.Oh, how I missed this wonderful feeling... this feeling of... being... alive. I AM ALIVE!!
I woke up before the 6 a.m alarm began it's wonderfully annoying sound. This might be my least favorite part of being alive but I don't want to skip it. I've been in this body for 3 weeks now,soon my contract will be over and I have to admit that I'm not excitingly waiting for it. With everyday that goes by, I feel the constant growth of this uncomfortable nauseous feeling.
I looked in the long mirror of my wooden wardrobe and smiled as I did for the last 3 weeks. I admired at this wonderful body of mine and thought that I had gotten one sweet deal. Some lesser demon got the unfortunate fate of ending up in undesirable bodies but not me. This body was one of it's kind, it's features were quite refined. It's such a shame that the Jake Cody who was the owner (and will be again) didn't take care of his life, which was wonderful. I knew that because getting the corporal body meant also getting the attached memories.
I had made some changes for Mr. Jake. I'd used the little time that permitted to me due to my hard labors back in the after-world and went ahead to make a nice life for myself. Everybody knew me sweet gentleman here, of course I wasn't in the original domain on the real me because as soon as I go back to my boring 'life' he will go back to his, with all of his bad manners and ungratefulness.
I did the routine today too, but the want to wretch had become almost unbearable because the truth had come to hit me in the stomach and today was my last day on Earth, after I go to sleep this body will return to it's original owner and he will get on with his life, being ungrateful and destroy it again. Fortunately the folks down there won't allow me to keep track of the human whose body I've purchased, so i'll be unaware of all the horrible things he will do.
I stood at the top of his 160 level building. The breeze was unsurprisingly harsh up here and I loved it so much, I loved it all, the stiffness of my naked palms, the little breathing cloud, I loved it all. From up here I could have a perfect sight of the whole town, and it was beautiful, and I was never gonna see it again. When this realization hit me, that's when I felt the warm salty water that touched my dry lips and my eyes started to close and I felt all the water that were held in burst out and I lost the control of my legs and fell on my knees, they weren't tears of sadness because after an enjoyable stay it was time to go. It was tears of joy, because I was grateful I was lucky enough to have been given a chance to live again...