That's all I see, and that's all I've seen for god only knows how long. Even though, I can't see anything, I can hear everything going on around me. I've heard the doctor and nurses talk about me like I can't hear them.
They say things like; "She's stable at the moment," "Everything is going fine!" When we all know it's not true. I have pains, constant pains, all over my, otherwise, numb body. My head and right leg is pounding and my chest is arching every time I'm breathing
But suddenly, I screamed out in agony. My eyes opened, as I bend my back in contractions. Nurses and doctors rushed into the room and tried to relax me. In just a seconds I made eye contact with Selena outside the glass wall and saw the tears flooding down her cheeks. I gasped for air, as I slowly relaxed and my eyes fluttered shut, the darkness consuming me once again.
I stared, blankly, at Rebecca's calm body. Her eyebrows furrowed, making me curious of her inner thoughts. I've been standing at the end of her bed, staring, for the past hour. just thinking about like, and it's complications. Life is just so unfair!
Then, suddently, out of nowhere, Rebecaa screamed. I started in shock, frozen in place. I didn't know what was going on, before I was shoved out the door, and it was slammed right in my face.
"NO! No, no, no, no, no! No, this can't happen, this can't happen!" I kept repeating to myself. Tears streamed down my face, as my walked up to the glas wall and looked at the things going on. I swear, Rebecca looked at me, right in the eyes, for just a millisecond, before her eyes fluttered close once again. I sighed on relief, when her face was calm once again, the tears still streaming down my red face.
Why is life so unfair?