I turned off the lights– granting darkness the permission to seize me in its arms, cradling me into a fortress of complete muteness. My soul rocked back and forth into the void, trying to pierce through the walls the universe bounded me as prisoner. My thoughts gathered round in a painful congestion of nothingness, only erupting in a multitude of colors to flash one word we all try to run away from:
The hour held on to me tightly, twisting me in bundle of nerves that spark endlessly towards that question—what happens to me when I die?
What is death?
Death as a final breath. Death as a limit. Death as a chatoyant of the stillness seeping into my veins, turning me into a solidified mass that makes up walls.
An eerie sound echoed in the hallows of my ears; as if a transmission of networks losing connection.
I tugged myself free from the chord and swam into a vacuum.
Death is static. A numbing sound of monotonous gray—continuously ringing to no end, for all eternity.