Bridges to Nowhere
The worst part about death isn't the loss itself it's the felling deep in your gut when you know you were the one that could have stopped it.
This story is about a girl who's world falls apart and is crushed into pieces. After she experiences a horrible tragedy taking the life of someone she truly loves, she feels as if she must escape this world no matter the cost. Teetering on the edge of her own life she must learn to accept a past she has tried so hard to forget and accept forgiveness for the mistakes she has made, that have pushed her to this point.
I awake to a canned lights above me and the overwhelming smell of antibacterial rub. I roll over groaning. Nothing I can do will break the chains holding me in this earth. And suddenly the room feels, like a cell, and the world feels like a prison. Holding me here, when the one thing I want, is blackness, nothingness, and end to all of this.
#6 in realisticfiction
If you are very sensitive to topics of depression or suicide, please read with caution.