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I like to roll over in my sleep to listen to my wife breathing. Her easy, slow breath is like a lullaby when I can't sleep. Late last night, however, it sounded like she was trying to say something. I saw her lips moving as she inhaled, then move again when she exhaled. I leaned in closer to hear what she was trying to say. Her breath against my ear sent a chill down my spine.
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Sleep talk

by ThatGuyWhoAintYou

I like to roll over in my sleep to listen to my wife breathing. Her easy, slow breath is like a lullaby when I can't sleep. Late last night, however, it sounded like she was trying to say something.

I saw her lips moving as she inhaled, then move again when she exhaled. I leaned in closer to hear what she was trying to say. Her breath against my ear sent a chill down my spine.

"Heeeeeeeeeelp Meeeeeeeeeeeee"

It was a faint whisper, but I could hear her repeat it over and over with every breath. I thought she was having a bad dream, so I shook her.

She didn't wake up, still whispering "Heeeeeeelp Meeeeeeee"

I turned on the lights and got out of bed. I tried splashing cold water on her face, making noise, shaking her even more. Nothing. I checked her pulse.

She was alive, and still breathing: "Heeeeeeeelp Meeeeeee"

She's now in intensive care hooked up to a machine. Her slow, steady breath is still whispering to me as I sleep. The doctor's say she won't be waking up for a long time. All I can do is wait.

And listen to her, begging for help with every breath.

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