Just her and the seaShe stared at the sea, deep in thought.‘What would it be like if I drowned?’ she thought, as she stepped into the water.The beach was quite deserted barring a few people far away.The sun was close to setting for the day, its beautiful bright, yellowish-orange hue reflecting in the water, took her breath away.She went deeper and deeper into the water.The water had such a calming effect on her. The waves seemed to take all her worries away with it, inviting her into the water…where she belonged.The waves thrashed at her thighs. The phone in her pocket was close to getting wet. She decided she didn’t care.In that moment, she didn’t care about anything or anyone.She didn’t want to run away, she didn’t want to go back home. She didn’t hate anyone, she didn’t love anyone, she wasn’t happy, nor was she unhappy. She felt nothing.All she could feel were the waves beckoning her into their depths.She felt a strong pull within
haiku1Piercing painI fell, CoveredIn your crimson love.
Epiphany 08There are some burdens you cannot share,Some burdens are just yours to bear.
You were never a nothingYou weren't a nothing.You were much more than a nothing.For a very long time, you were everything.And now, you are a somethingThat becomes everything, every now and then.A feeling, a sensation so pure…I want to drown in you.And never come back up for air.