The sky is falling over you, landing on your chest
Shattering your ribs, bursting your lungs.
Every crisp inhaled breath fills your throat with dirt.
Deception coats your gritty mouth, as lies cake the tip of your dehydrated tongue.
Eyes wide open yet everything’s as black as coal.
Spiders and maggots tangled in your hair,
Damp dirt crumbles between your toes.
A taste of metal coats your mouth
Leaving you asphyxiated miles underground.
It’s so easy to get lost and buried by your own mind.
Lost in oblivion, left with no air or will to exist.
It’s all taken away from you so easily
And it’s such a cold place.