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the dark curls

United States

Death is Just a Game

December 16, 2015

“I love you.”

“I’m so sorry for everything that I’ve done to you.”

“I never meant anything I said before.”

That's what people would expect me to do or say, but I wouldn’t do anything like that because that's not me. On the last day of the world, I, Elvira Bravo, would just sit there and pray. Not pray for me but I would pray for other people. I would pray for them not to feel any pain, for them to got to heaven, so they can be with their family. I would pray for the people that are alone in the world for them to at least to die with someone else. I would do just this on the last day of the world. I wouldn’t say “I love you." to anyone. I wouldn’t say, “I’m sorry for everything that I’ve done to you.” I wouldn’t say “I never meant anything I said before.” I would say that every word, every letter, every single moment counted as part of life, as a part of my life. Then I will stand up, walk forward towards death, face it and yell you don’t scare me.
 

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