Red is a strange girl, she can't feel anything, but she has a disease that she won’t stop crying.
The doctor said, "You have to find a heavy rain that will drown all your tears. When you can't diffrentiate the tears and raindrops, you will be cured. When the rain stops, your tears will go away.”
Red packed her school bag and said goodbye to her imaginary parents.
She walked past her friend's birthday party, her classmates’ graduation ceremony, her neighbours’ daughter’s wedding.
The tears flowed as long as she walked.
But she was still walking, still searching.
Where is it? The rain, the heavy rain, the medicine.
Red walked into a desert.
The sun burnt off her back skin, the eagle took her eyes, the snake devoured her arms and the rats gnawed off her toes.
When her blood was almost drained, Red finally collapsed. Leaning against a giant cactus, thinking that she would never find the rain, that this was the end of the line, Red finally felt for the first time that she was a little 'sad'.
The cactus wrapped its big arms around Red, he was able to glimpse into Red’s journey, then for the first time in his life, he wept, for her.
A few drops of rain fell on Red's cheeks, and a few more, and a few more - here it is, she’s finally found it, she felt "happy"--blood came out from her eyes.
As he watched Red die away, the cactus could not stop his tears. Red had died, dried, and turned into sands--cactus cried. Finally, the desert turned into an ocean. It drowned Red, it drowned the cactus itself, and it drowned all of our past, present, and future.