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Kashish Kataria

Abstract Tragedy Thriller


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Kashish Kataria

Abstract Tragedy Thriller


Now I feel peace

Now I feel peace

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It was supposed to be a happy trip. The last thing I remember is that we were all on a ship, singing and dancing and laughing. It was raining heavily, but everyone underestimated its consequences. It caused something tragic that shut my eyes. When now I opened them all I can see is the corpse of my loved ones lying still- stiller than the rock on which I am lying.


I gathered some courage and checked each of them for any signs of life but found none. So currently I am on an aloof island with around a dozen of corpses and a wrecked ship. It might have been more than 20 hours since I last ate, but I don’t feel hungry. Well, actually I feel nothing at all- no thirst, no hunger, no pain, no loneliness, nothing!

I am going to sit on the same rock on which I was lying and wait for someone to rescue me. That is all that I want to do. As I am reaching there I can see a body lying on it. There was nothing on it before except me.


As I am approaching the rock I observe that the corpse has the same clothes on as I am wearing right now. As I get closer I am guessing that it is my own lifeless body. Yes, it is me. I still don’t know what to feel.

Now out of nowhere, I am in the spotlight. It is white and sparkly. Finally, I can feel something. Now I feel at peace.

 


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