Moments before death
No to-do lists. No important business. No homework. No rush to conquer the world. Just light and peace.
Screeching tires. A blood curdling scream. A crash.
Laughter. Small hands holding on tight. The world going round and round. Grass. Hair. A hill. Joy.
Whispers. A touch. A look. Bliss.
“Mommy, catch me!”
Feet stomping. Squeals of delight. A hug.
Beep. Beep. Beep.
Sunset. Sand. Water. Family. Serenity.
“We are going to lose her.”
Light. And peace.
No to-do lists. No important business. No homework. No rush to conquer the world.
The few seconds, in which her life flashed before her eyes, carried just one thing- the purest moments of simply ‘being’.
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