The pain shot through every part of my body.
I tried to do pain replacement, but it didn’t work. I mean how could it when everything and every place hurt.
I lay in there for what felt like eternity and reflected on my life and the decisions and choices that I had made.
Some of the things were good and some of them were bad. There were things I cherished and things that I would change if I could go back in time.
But no matter how right or wrong, each was a piece that made up the person that I was and who I had become.
A numbness had begun to spread, taking over the pain.
My vision was beginning to blur.
Was I going to die?
My heart began to beat intensely.
I was, wasn’t I? I was going to die.
I was going to die. Here. Alone. In this stupid ditch and no one was going to find my body.
Everyone would just think that I ran away. They wouldn’t know that I had stupidly fallen into this stupid ditch and slowly and painfully died.
I felt tears finally form at my eyes.
I wouldn’t be able to say goodbye. I would never see the faces of the people I loved again.
That hurt more than any pain I had experienced.
I closed my eyes awaiting the inevitable.
My eyes sprang open to the sound of a dog barking.