Hi everyone!
I'm new to this forum so I decided to post something. I wrote it in few blessed minutes of spare time and desire. I'm very looking forward to seeing where my mistakes are.
Thanks!

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In this very moment he felt as if something so terrible has happened. In a place, no one can see or reach by any way obvious for the human mind. "What" he thought, What could it be?". Then he found the point of fear, the source of chaos and torture. For not more than a second, he set himself in a deep contemplation. Now, the point was clear. The ache he experienced was nothing else but simple emptiness. That hole hollering down from the depths of his own being. He was hungry!
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Welcome to English Forums, Reverned. Why don't you try to find a few more minutes just to proofread your submission for obvious mistakes? (Hint: check punctuation and completeness of sentences.)
Hi there!
Thanks for your welcome and comments. Unfortunately, my English is not good enough to allow me seeing the obvious mistakes I make. It just occurred to me that writing (even without any sensible point) is a good way for further developing my language skills. Right now I think I've noticed some few wrong moments up there. Probably, the 1st sentence should be something like "In this very moment he felt as if something really terrible had happened. There, in a place..." I'm using the past perfect there and replacing "so" with "really" so we don't expect something to compare the 1st part of the sentence with. About the rest of the text.... I'm blind!
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Another try:

In that very moment he felt as if something really terrible had happened. It was like the thought of a place, no one could see or reach by any way, obvious for the human mind. "What" he asked, "What could it be?" For not more than a second, he set himself searching for the answer. And then he just found it! The source of all his fear, chaos and endless torture. The point was now clear. The ache he was still experiencing was nothing else but simple emptiness. That hole, hollering down from the depths of his own being was irritated like never before. He was hungry!
Much better after a little care, Rev. Now for some polishing:\

In that very moment he felt as if something really terrible had happened. It was like the thought of a place no one could see or reach by any way obvious to the human mind.

"What," he asked, "what could it be?"

For not more than a second, he set himself searching for the answer, and then he just found it: the source of all his fear, chaos and endless torture. The point was now clear: the ache he was still experiencing was nothing else but simple emptiness. That hole hollering up from the depths of his own being was irritated like never before. He was hungry!
Gracious me, thanks!

There's a lot to learn from your post, especially about punctuation and structuring.

What made me worry even more was the misuse of prepositions and phrasal verbs in my version. You gave me a good deal of points to think about.

Thanks again!
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