Dead End

“The water. I don’t know where I am. I cannot see any people. I am on a land, secluded from everything. No people, no equipment only a dead jungle and caves surrounded. Last thing, I remember was a huge wave striking towards the shore. I thought I was dead while I was drowning. Maybe I am, it’s just heaven, I presume. I never expected heaven to be so isolated. It’s a curse I guess. I have to wait in the coldness of a chance for survival which is very slim. Yet, this is the end.” – A Survivor

***Written for Masters of Writing Flash Fiction Challenge, week 10

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