'Come on Ethan!' the bigger boy said. 'We can't wait here all day. I'm hungry!'
'Just a little longer said the little one. Any moment now and it'll come back.'
'Too late. I'm going.' Daniel trudged off through the puddles, kicking mud and water as he went.
'Wait! look - it's shifting again!'
Daniel spun round. The ad on the billboard was shimmering, changing.
Golden fields of rye filled the screen.
'That's it! Run now! Quick!'
They both ran and reach out their fingers towards the sunlit field.
'Ethan!' screamed Daniel, as his friend was sucked upwards and disappeared into the landscape.
The field started to fade. the old ad reappeared.
He hadn't made it, if only he hadn't given up at the last moment. been too far away.
He cried under the gloomy light. Still trapped in the gloomy urban wasteland.
'Ethan!, remember me!'
Sobbing, he walked back home alone.