Responsibility: A Short Story by Seth Renzi
A blue light emanated from the openings. It quickly enveloped Isaac. He looked down, startled to see he was no longer standing on the bus. He wasn't standing on anything. There was literally nothing but the light. In his hand, where the metal object had been, was now a cube of intense, nearly blinding blue light. The light intensified and grew, slowly spreading over his fingers.He watched as his skin began to disintegrate, bursting into particles of light, it flowed through him and soon he was the light.