It is early evening, it is dark outside. Henry is sitting at the large windows overlooking the garden. The lights are off in the room. There is a small dim light shining over the sketch book, in which he is doing his sketches. He ran out of loose sheets of paper, so Eva got him a proper sketch book. Henry's trance-like state is broken when he suddenly catches a glimpse of three shadowy figures opening the gate and creeping along the garden. The sprinklers in the garden have come on automatically.
Two of the figures move towards the front door.
He can now hear them trying to force the door open with a key. The door knob keeps moving as they try to break in.
The other burglar is opening the window at the side of the house. The street lights are a couple of meters away from the house, so the area in front is dark. It was almost impossible to enter the home from the back, as there was a dense growth of vegetation, on the other side of the backyard.
Henry is now worried, what should he do if they enter? He is not armed.
He has nothing to defend himself. It would be foolish to approach the men without any form of weapon in hand. Henry is now more nervous than afraid. He is undecided about how to handle this situation and how to react to these intruders entering his home.
Henry drops the stack of papers which he has on his desk while going for his mobile phone, to phone the police, when he notices something strange. It seems that the drawings which he has done on the blank sheets of paper come alive. The cube which he had drawn comes out of the paper in a three-dimensional form and grows larger and larger surrounding him.
It seems that the crooks are not successful in opening the door to the house, so they decide to break the glass section of the door, in order to enter.
As the glass gets pounded from the outside, Henry decides to phone the police or just raise an alarm.
Henry will use the element of surprise on the criminals.
He switches on all the lights in the house.
The men are now about to enter. The third man is getting in through the window. All the men are armed, two with guns and one with a knife.
The stars which he had sketched on paper seem to rise from the white sheets of paper and move towards the door and the windows, through which the thieves are climbing through. The man at the door instinctively throws his knife aimed at Henry. The knife bounces off the large force-field of the cube in which Henry is standing and falls to the floor.
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