I have been working toward creating a single scenery reflecting this era by shifting between truth and lies, those that were stolen, and those that were affected. ‘The Way to Heaven’ is just one of those series, and it is a fiction novel.
The Way to Heaven
What do you mean Mini Mouse is dead? She hung herself with a large ribbon?Lies. Lies. I don’t believe anything you say.Why are you lying to me? I’m not an idiot. Get out of my sight. What do you mean Micky Mouse is dead? He hung himself with Mini Mouse’s leg?Lies. Lies. I don’t believe anything you say.Why are you lying to me? I’m not an idiot.That’s right.
I’m the killer. People living with childlike innocence all go insane in this world.Things like that all need to die and disappear.Crazy things that can only live in cartoons.Crazy things that can only laugh in cartoons.The sky is blue and people are going round and round.They‘re going round and round, drawing a circle.The wall is white and people are going round and round.They‘re going round and round, drawing a circle.I‘m also following them, going round and round.I‘m going round and round, drawing a circle.
The murdered innocence are going to heaven.
Going to heaven is synonymous with death. The only certainty in our lives is that we are all heading towards death. I am filling anger, rage, happiness, sadness, disappointment and other human emotions and stories met on the difficult road called life with the scenery seen through my eyes, cartoon characters losing their innocence, and texts being completed through the experiences and stories of the audience. Micky and Mini Mouse of the above story represent the childlike innocence within the main character, with the story ending with him/her murdering, one by one, the childlike innocence remaining within.