Like dinosaurs watching the asteroid hit the Earth, helpless to comprehend or prevent the inevitable, we live in our small worlds until the unspeakable happens destroying life as we know it. And what left is - just to watch in quite desperation what unveils next, wiping away surroundings, getting closer and closer, with the hot breath on our lips, until the last glimpse of light will fade dragging away memories, consciousness, the self...
Life won't ever be the same from this day forth.
No matter how far we'll go without looking back. It's not even over yet. The crashing change that makes you see the darker side once again when you thought these times are far behind.
You can't turn your back yet. It lingers in the shadows with uncertain promises and cold reality freezing your mind that races endlessly from the point to point in time - back and forth - from before to after.
'The way it used to be' isn't happening, it's long gone, left behind the rubble of the past to only be revisited in memories.
Pain and sorrow haven't yet sunk in deep enough.
It'll all come later, the true realization of the scale of this loss,
it'll take your breath away, filling the heart with unbearable struggle
to answer one crucial question - Why?
Like fragile steps on the sand washed away with an afternoon tide,
life itself seems so small and insignificant.
Evening sun on an empty shore in cau…