I lifted my head from the wreckage. There were pieces of me everywhere. The silence was deafening. So bloody LOUD.
I looked to my side, and I saw nothing. A vast expanse of emptiness. My gaze turned downwards, and I couldn’t see my feet.
That was when I heard the scream.
It was painful. It spoke of sorrow. Of grief, anguish and agony. It wrenched at my heart, clawing it out of my chest. It punished my ears, and tortured my eyes. Struggled with my brain, told it to shut up. It made me want to curl up and strangle myself to death. What scared me most was that it was from my lips.
And then I looked up, and you blinded me.