Treasure Island

Corey Fauchon

(2/10/1991 / Newcastle, NSW, Australia)

The Crash


See the car crash ahead
Your feet suddenly become jelly
You tried to swerve, but fail
Going too fast to avoid collision

Suddenly the screaming stopped
All you could hear was the wind
Your vision turned to white
You feel warm fluid running

Your vision suddenly turned red
You try to focus on the road
Realising the road is above
The screaming started again

Then you look at your friend
You realise their not there
A figure ahead stays still
The seatbelt is torn away

Suddenly a distant light stops
Figures move towards the cars
They split up & search each car
Dragging bodies from each car

They drive off without you
Trying to unbuckle the belt
You cant fell either arm or hand
Flashing lights approach from behind

Submitted: Sunday, February 07, 2010

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