The black abyss of water surrounded me its power pulling me deeper into its depths as I fought to hold onto the small amount of energy I had left.
The small spark within me had been extinguished by the raging water the only thing left to comfort me was the never ending silence.
I could no longer hear the crash of the waves against my ear drums. I could no longer feel the water rushing over every inch of my body. Its cold fingers clasping onto my numb hand.
I felt nothing and everything at the same time and then it all stopped.
My pounding heart disappeared the deluge of thoughts just gone in a second. My eyes were glazed over with the acceptance that this was it.
That there was no use holding onto the shred of hope that somebody, anybody, would find me, the flame within me had long been extinguished and this was my parting song: silence.
A silence so strong and deafening it could be heard louder than my screams for help in those last moments under the water. I had finally let it in the silence, the water, the end.
It flowed through me like my own blood and then the pain was gone all of it diminished into nothing.
In that moment, I took one final look up at the sky its twinkling stars warped in a blanket of midnight blue just like me.