In ancient Egypt. The crimson sun fell upon the dessert.
Under the glistening moon there was 2 lovers. The two teenagers had longed for each other's touch a long time.
They had spent their days watching the kites sore in the sky a majestic bird with a dark and mysterious truth at least to them.
The two were walking along the Nile the rushes shined in the moonlight and so did their eyes.
When suddenly barbarians from the east attacked.
Tearing the two from each other's gentle grasp.
Bludgeoning the women Sharey and pitting the young man Jatep to battle. Before he could reach her through the marauders, she was dead.
The Egyptian guard arrived and drove the barbaric crew out of the land leaving a pool of blood aside the Nile and two lovers torn apart by mortality.
Jatep was distraught with a fury like never known.
The guard had no business with the death as they had to ensure the marauders were driven out of the land and sound the alarm.
They hurried from the scene leaving Jatep to close her eyelids upon shocked eyes.
Jatep noticed a kite flying in the distance he had grown up a sceptic of the gods but wondered in his distraught state he lifted Sharay up onto his shoulder wiped the barbarian blood from
his brow and proceeded into the dessert, following the kite.
After a while the kite disappeared but there in the distance was a temple. He preceded in and lifted her carefully and securely on his shoulders.
As, he entered the cave he noticed the kite perched on a stone tablet he proceeded to read.
The kite transformed into the god Isis and he placed his hand adorned with gold upon the corpse. A light shone and a gasp of air was taken by Sharay.
She lived once-more.
Jatep proceeded to kiss her but she said no.
She had forgotten who she was.
The god Isis turned to them both and decreed. You must kill each night for her to be sustained.
The god returned to the form of a kite and flew away.
The first night they killed without hesitation she with little sense of self or mortality and he with a Love that knew no bounds.
They took the life of a farmer on the outskirts of the village near the temple.
The second night they returned home and quickly realised they had no choice but to kill someone akin to them.
They took the life of Jateps Father he had disapproved of their love.
The third night they took the life of Jateps brother a jealous and pernicious man.
The forth night they took the life of the slave that served the family.
The fifth and the sixth night there was no one unsuspecting and so they took the lives of the pharaohs entourage.
The seventh night she remembered who she was and killed Jatep.
And swore to never kill again.
United in death.