At peace

It was the isolation that choked her. 

It was the concrete knowledge that the seas of people that wished her well, didn’t.

The rope grew tighter

 The grip grew tighter

The reins pulled harder
But she gave in to the only path remaining

That she avoided with her heart and soul

It was the only one providing light

In an abyss of darkness 
Suddenly the rope fell 

The grip retreated

The reins removed

The isolation retreated, cowering into non-existence 
She had found her saviour

A deity above all else 


At peace, in a sea of isolation. 


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