Drowning I feel; nothing, only the air that leaves my lungs. I hear the ocean clashing above my wet ears. Why must I suffer with all of my fears, why can I not fight like you once did. As the ocean is filling my lungs I know that I have not much time left.
Drowning 

I feel; 
nothing, only the air that leaves my lungs. 
I hear the ocean clashing above my wet ears. 
Why must I suffer with all of my fears, 
why can I not fight like you once did. 
As the ocean is filling my lungs
I know that I have not much... #anxiety #drowning #feelings stories
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A girl struggling with her anxiety but refuses to tell people she is drowning, instead she would rather blame the people who aren’t helping her because they are unaware rather than ask for help and admitting she is wrong

Drowning I feel; nothing, only the air that leaves my lungs. I hear the ocean clashing above my wet ears. Why must I suffer with all of my fears, why can I not fight like you once did. As the ocean is filling my lungs I know that I have not much time left.

You know that I am weak, but yet you choose not to safe me. Do not offer me your hand if you cannot uphold your end. As the water takes every last bit of my air, I begin to look upon you with such shame and regret. For it is not your fault that I have fallen, but it is easier to blame you than to accept my faults

This is the end, The end of you and I, The end of my life. As I sink into a pit of breathless air, I ask that you may forgive me for I will no longer be here. -Justice

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