A Western Prologue'Daniel? Are you ready?' Asked his father. Daniel pulled his fedora from the coatstand of the small hut as his father grabbed his stetson and led the way to the front door, smiling. Daniel hugged his father, making sure as not to disturb his slinged arm.
'How does it feel, pa?' he asked him. His father laughed, wrapping his arm around his son. Daniel was already taller than him, and Jefferey struggled to remember where those 19 years had gotten to.
'It's fine, son.' he said, quickly brushing his mustache down, as an excuse to wipe away a forming tear. 'now hurry up, or we'll be late in visiting your uncle Toby's son in law!' Daniel obeyed, slipping through the door and out into the western sun. It's glare was bright, as the sandy ground echoed it's brilliance in a dusty, white colour. Daniel took a breath of fresh, country air, slipping on his satchel and duster coat. The west!
'Help me onto this horse, boy!' his father called, attempting poorly to climb onto the golden thoroughbred. H
The Thought TrainImagination flexes and shivers, violently spiraling out of control, as the train of thought wandered into a dark forest... unknown. Lost in the world of her mind, a Ranger sits by, a smirk on his face.
'Why is this place so dark?' he asks, reaching out for the train as it crawls by, 'this won't do at all!' As the Ranger clambers onto the master carriage, the driver turned quickly.
'How on earth did you get on this train!? No-one comes on this train!' he growls, leaving his controls, 'Who are you? Have I ever wandered into a place you might be connected too?' The Ranger only grinned at him, finally speaking.
'Hey there!' He laughed, climbing to the front of the train and tapping the driver carefully on the shoulder, 'I'm the new driver on this thought train! Next stop? The Tunnel of LOVE!'
'Wait!' The driver exclaimed, 'You can't go there! Last time we got trapped inside!' The Ranger ignored him, however, pressing the acceleration button, and turning a corner. As they continued, he spot