Cliff

Forever falling from an edge becoming distant, I grew used to the rushing wind flying in my face, and my eyes no longer stung with pain. I looked around; all I saw was blackness, and I kept falling and falling into the chasm I once fought so hard to avoid. I had been walking along one day, struggling, and I missed a step, and I realized the step I missed was the one that would not forgive. At first my heart beat so fast that I thought I died, yet in time the bottom never met with my body, and I felt like I was going to fall forever, away from the hope I let slip from my fingers.

Everyone had to turn away, the sight was too unnerving, and I became a being of non-existence, unloved and undesired in my disfigurement.

The fall was helping them to erase me from their memories.

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