Untitled“Avalanche!” someone yelled over the sudden rumbling of the great Mount Everest behind me. I turned to see a rapid rush of snow making its way quickly toward me. I stood trembling in my brand new extremely expensive mountain climbing gear, watching as the giant wave of white tumbled closer and closer. There were screams from all around me as everyone scrambled to clear the campsite. My ears echoed and rang as I came to the sudden realization that the screams were coming from me. I looked around in horror as I found the camp to be empty apart from myself. A chill rolled down my spine as I soon recognized that I would die alone.
I fell to the ground sobbing into my gloved hands. There wasn’t much for me to do but wait for the end; the avalanche was too close to outrun, and my legs wouldn’t have allowed for it even if I had tried. The world was one giant reverberating roar. The world was a dark empty hole around me now for which I would soon cease from.
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