Your world is falling apart, yet you seem to be the only one noticing it.
The ground around you is crumbling away to an endless darkness, the sky above is shattering into pieces, but people pay no mind, as if nothing is happening. They make no sound or motion as they are swallowed by the void below.
You try to escape, to run away from this calamity, but it’s only a matter of time before the ground crumbles beneath your feet, and you start to fall as well.
As you fall, memories start to rush back to you, partying with your friends, your wife’s laugh, the burn of alcohol, an argument with your wife, driving home alone, a rapidly approaching, blinding light, everything going so fast and so slow at the same time, and the rhythmic beep of a heart rate monitor.
The small pinprick of light that you knew as your world starts to fade away, and just as you are about to be swallowed by the endless deep, you hear a voice:
“Are you sure you want to do this, miss?”
“Yes, it’s been 4 years.”
Your life flashes before your eyes, and everything fades to black.